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Offline Sir Humphrey

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Re: Religion Dying in the US
« on: April 12, 2019, 05:47:38 pm »
That's what I am: a cafeteria catholic. Although I don't seem to go to mass anymore, so maybe I'm more along the lines of disaffected. There are many things the Church--in Rome and in the United States--needs to do before I get back. Other than that, I read the Bible on my own--mostly for **** and giggles--and interpret it the way I feel like.

I truly wonder how many are like me.

That said, I wonder if religion is really dying in the United States, why some religious elements seem to be as vocal as ever.

As far as Judaism, that's probably the after effects of the Third Reich's ethnic cleansing. I don't think they ever really recovered from that.
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