Where have all the Christians gone?

Increasing amount of "nones" when it comes to religion

The following comes from a July 29 Crux article by Michael O'Loughlin: Your notion of whether or not the United States is a “Christian nation” could be colored by where you live In Dallas, for example, nearly 8 in 10 residents are Christian, but in San Francisco, fewer than half identify as Christian – and the number of those claiming no religious affiliation is … [Read more...]

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Hey Washington Post editors: Santorums are (still) Catholic

Is it so rare that Catholics in politics actually vote according to Church teaching?

A decade ago, the editors of Time magazine decided – during one of the many "Who the heck are these born-gain people?" moments in the recent life of the mainstream press – to do a cover story focusing on the 25 most influential evangelical Protestants in American life. It was an interesting list. However, one name in particular raised many eyebrows – Sen. Rick Santorum. … [Read more...]

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