(RNS) — Fewer adults are attending religious services in the United States, but not necessarily because they don’t believe.
Many cite practical or personal reasons for skipping weekly services, according to new Pew Research Center data released Wednesday (Aug. 1).
Southern states remain the most religious in the U.S., according to a Gallup report released on April 6.
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