February 14, 2011
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
Catholic young adults aren't as attached to the Church as their counterparts from the 1940s and 1950s, but they have not abandoned the faith, according to speakers at a two-day forum at Fordham University.
Sociologist James Davidson, professor emeritus at Purdue University, said young Catholics "distinguish between the Catholic faith, which they identify with and respect, and the Catholic Church, which they are less attached to." more . . .