Mustafa Mohammadi, a 24-year-old senior majoring in accounting, is part of a growing trend at St. Francis College — students from foreign countries attending the Downtown Brooklyn school.
If trends of the past 30 years continue for the next 50, Christianity will lose its majority status in the United States by 2070, according to a new demographic study by the Pew Research Center.
The backstory of the National Eucharistic Revival planned by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) includes surprising statistics from a Pew Research Center study revealing beliefs on a subject at the heart of the Church’s mission.
Catholics’ rate of vaccinations against COVID-19 stands at 82%, outpacing vaccinations among other groups, according to a nationwide study conducted by the Pew Research Center.
The Tablet is introducing “Friends, Not Foes,” a series about people in the Diocese of Brooklyn who have forged an unlikely alliance and get along quite well despite their differences.
President Donald Trump is a Presbyterian. Vice President Mike Pence was raised Catholic. Both men have been outspoken in their pro-life views.
A new study shows that as millennials are approaching age 40, their family life radically differs from past generations, a reality that Catholic leaders and scholars say present particular challenges for passing on the faith and for building Catholic community.
Two separate polls show that Americans are relying more on their faith to help persevere through the coronavirus pandemic.
In New York City, African-Americans are dying from coronavirus at twice the rate of whites, according to the city’s Department of Health. Father Alonzo Cox knows the statistics well.
While abortion remains one of the most divisive issues in American public life, particularly among people of faith, a new study suggests that it is rarely discussed from the pulpit.