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Hispanic teens enjoy religious activities with parents, but fewer view religion as ‘very important’

Hispanics, who make up one of the nation’s fastest growing racial and ethnic groups and are its youngest, tend to be more religious than Americans overall on several measures, such as attending worship services regularly and saying religion is very important in their lives. However, these differences aren’t as stark among younger Americans: Hispanic teenagers (ages 13 to 17) look a lot…

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Amid pandemic, Black and Hispanic worshippers more concerned about safety of in-person religious services

Congregants attend Easter Sunday services at a church in Baltimore. (Alex Edelman/AFP via Getty Images) Black and Hispanic adults in the United States have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak and are more likely than white Americans to be concerned about contracting the virus and unknowingly spreading it to others. And these racial and…

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