Converts, dropouts, returnees, a study of religious change among Catholics
Dean R. Hoge, Kenneth McGuire, Bernard F. Stratman, Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Committee on Evangelization
United States Catholic Conference, 1981 - Religion - 226 pages
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Who Are the Converts?
Three Types of Converts
Interfaith Marriage in America
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active Catholics adult American Catholics Andrew Greeley asked attend church attitudes baptized Catholic become Catholics Billy Graham birth control Catholic Church Catholic evangelization Catholic schools Catholicism charismatic movement charismatic prayer groups Christ Christian Committee on Evangelization Cursillo dioceses dissatisfaction divorce dropped emotional depression ethnic experience facilitating events facilitating persons factors faith family-tension dropouts feel felt friends Gallup global code go to church guess Hispanic Humanae Vitae important inactive Catholics influence inner converts inquiry class interfaith marriage intermarriage converts Interreligious Marriages interview involved life-style lives Lutheran marital Marriage Encounter married motivation never non-Catholic older dropouts parents Pentecostal percent predispositions priests problems programs Protestant rates recent religion religious change religious groups religious training return to Mass Rodney Stark sample seeker converts social spiritual need spouses stop Mass attendance Sunday switchers Table talk things unchurched young dropouts