The Field Hospital: Tampa parish's founder dies; Sept. 9 is Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities; San Diego diocese goes solar
The Field Hospital: Connecticut has 10 percent decline in those who identify as Catholic; Man arrested for allegedly threatening Knoxville bishop, parishes; Ind. parish celebrates 175 years
A Roman Observer: Christians are abandoning their churches and faith. Why? Our Christian “story” makes less and less sense to people of our time.
A new report reveals congregations with fewer than 100 in weekend attendance -- the most vulnerable to collapse -- rose to 58 percent in 2015.
More Utahns go to church every week -- 51 percent -- than any other state, according to a new Gallup poll.
That statistic is "a direct result of [Utah]'s 59 percent Mormon population," Gallup's Frank Newport writes, "as Mormons have the highest religious service attendance of any major religious group in the U.S."
People today want others to think that they go to church … even if they don’t. A new poll finds that people exaggerate their attendance at houses of worship.