Christian women prefer Sunday services to shopping, study says

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(RNS) Protestant and Catholic women in the United States have grown unhappier since stores have stayed open on Sundays, according to a study by economists from Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Chicago’s DePaul University. The study found that the repeal of “blue law” restrictions on Sunday shopping has corresponded with lower church attendance […]

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