For Many Americans, Religious Identity Is No Longer a Given

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c. 2007 Religion News Service (UNDATED) When Aurora Turk was growing up in Mexico City, being Catholic was a given. “It was taught to me by the nuns at school and my mother at home,” she recalled. “My whole world was Catholic.” But Turk’s adult life has been marked by religious exploration. Married to a […]

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