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Published on Jan 20, 2012
In the last ten years, nearly 1,800 Catholic schools have closed nationwide, and many archdioceses are reporting fewer and fewer people attending church. Does this mean that Catholicism is in decline or are there other reasons for these trends? With a reported 5 Billion Catholics worldwide, should there be cause for concern? IYC talks with the Philadelphia archdiocese about recent school closings there and then experts debate the future of Catholicism.
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