"By far the most comprehensive and insightful study ever done of young adult Catholics ages 20 to 39, this book compares Latino and non-Latino Catholics.
This work covers a study of young adult Catholics aged 20 to 39. It compares Latino and non-Latino Catholics on a wide Religion in the Culture of Choice.
Young Adult Catholics: Religion in the Culture of Choice. (review). Phillip E. Hammond. Social Forces, Volume 80, Number 4, June 2002, pp. 1415-1416.
Young Adult Catholics: Religion in the Culture of Choice. By Dean R. Hoge, W.D. Dinges, M. Johnson, and J. Gonzales Jr. University of Notre Dame Press, 2001.
Dec 11, 2018 A 2018 study on young adults leaving the Catholic Church found people stopped identif. About half of those who left Catholicism joined another religion, culture where faith and belief are optional and not a given," he said.