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RESULT OF SURVEY "Only 34 out of Every 100 Practise"

Interesting facts about mixed marriages are given in a " Survey of Fifteen Religious Surveys-1921-1936," recently issued by the Catholic University of Notre Dame.

It is found that only 34 per cent. of the sons of a mixed Marriage between a Protestant and a Catholic practise any religion when they grow up.

When both parents are of the same Protestant denomination, 68 per cent. of the sons practise some religion.

When both parents are Catholic, 92 per cent. of the sons are practising Catholics.




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