Religion News Service: The difficulties of the pandemic and the widening gap between people of different political persuasions have put a strain on the clergy of one small town in this historically religious region.
Pew Research Center: About a third (35%) of U.S. parents with children under 18 say it’s extremely or very important to them that their kids have similar religious beliefs to their own as adults, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey. But attitudes on this question vary by the religious affiliation of the parents.
Sojourners: The report includes historical, sociological, psychological, theological, and religious analysis, drawing from more than 200 hours of interviews and numerous documents from the archives of two L’Arche communities, L’Arche International, the French Dominicans, the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith, Vanier’s personal archives, and more.
The Guardian: Two nuns told they ‘disobeyed the church’ by trying to stay at seven-centuries-old site in Ravello.
The Atlantic: Our society is secularizing, and Christianity seems to be in long-term decline. But renewal is possible, Tim Keller says.