Posts tagged Demographics
Atlantic essay on Poland asks: Why do religious biases seem to accompany populist politics?

Newspaper, magazine and broadcast reports attempting to explain the moves toward nationalist-tinged political populism in a host of European nations, and certainly the United States as well, have become a journalistic staple, which makes sense given the subject’s importance.

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When it comes to recruiting Catholic priests, doctrine often shapes demographics

(COMMENTARY) It's an often quoted fact: The number of men ordained each year is about a third of what's needed to replace priests who are retiring, dying or simply leaving. Two decades ago it was common to see between 800 and 900 ordinations a year.

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