CNA Staff, Mar 5, 2021 / 08:00 am
More than 90% of Poles identify as Catholics despite increasing secularization, according to a report published on Friday.
The "Church in Poland" report, issued March 5 by the Catholic Information Agency (KAI), said that 91.9% of Poles described themselves as members of the Church. It found that 36.9% of Catholics regularly attended Mass.
A little more than 3% of Poles described themselves as having no faith, while 0.9% identified as Orthodox Christians.
The report also highlighted worrying trends for the Catholic Church in Poland, noting that religious practice among young people had halved in almost 30 years.