Why Young Catholics are Leaving in Droves
(and what can be done to keep them Catholic)

On 12/17/16 the CNA/EWTN News carried an article called “Why Catholics are leaving the faith by age 10 – and what parents can do about it.”  Here is an excerpt:
Young Catholics are leaving the faith at an early age – sometimes before the age of 10 – and their reasons are deeper than being “bored at Mass,” the author of a recent report claims.

“Those that are leaving for no religion – and a pretty big component of them saying they are atheist or agnostic – it turns out that when you probe a bit more deeply and you allow them to talk in their own words, that they are bringing up things that are related to science and a need for evidence and a need for proof,” said Dr. Mark Gray, a senior research associate at the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University…
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