(Worthy News) – A nonprofit organization that works with churches nationwide to develop stronger families has released a study of churchgoers that suggests a collapse in marriage and resident fatherhood is fueling widespread loneliness and “the unraveling of Christianity” in the U.S.
Communio conducted a survey of 19,000 Sunday church attendees while they were attending services at 112 evangelical, Protestant and Roman Catholic churches. While it found that just 22% of regular churchgoers are lonely, the study noted “a substantial gap between married, cohabiting, and single Sunday churchgoers in feelings of loneliness.”
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