Articles on this issue "surveys and research studies"
The early results of a massive study of U.S. clergy, Catholic and non-Catholic, show that seven in 10 have never considered leaving the profession, the Washington Times reports. The data from …read more
John Paul II exhorted priests and seminarians to study in Rome, contending that in the heart of Christianity they will discover new horizons for their work of evangelization. The Pontiff made …read more
Since World War II, 90% of the conflicts in the world have taken place in poor countries. This fact was revealed in research carried out by Caritas-Italy, in collaboration with the magazines …read more
Does God answer our prayers? At some stage all of us have prayed for the speedy recovery of a sick friend or relative. Now a study published by the British Medical Journal in its Dec. 22 issue …read more
More than half of the 24,730 religious living in Italy are at least 60, the age when many people in this country retire, a study says. A study presented at the Italian Conference of Major …read more
Avvenire).- In no way is Islam related to the terrorists who struck the Twin Towers -- it is an excuse, says Father Justo Lacunza, president of the Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic …read more