Yet more surprising is that a spokesman for the Archbishop of Canterbury said "he had seen no evidence of a fall in belief". Even in Catholic Spain fewer than 25 per cent attend church regularly, and nearly all of the few thousand nuns remaining are aged between 65 and 90.
Nearer home, a church survey in Wales this April reported the number of "young worshippers" is down to 6 per cent of children. There is plenty of evidence for those willing to see it.
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