Subject Index For The CARA Report

ADMINISTRATION OF CARA

2008 CARA Awards-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
2009 CARA Awards-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Announcing a Change in Subscription Price-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
2010 CARA Awards-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Archbishop Aymond Elected CARA Board Chair-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Bishop Friend Succeeds Bishop Gerry as CARA Board Chair-Vol. 3, No. 2-Fall ‘97
Bishop Malone Dies-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
CARA Announces Research Advisors-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
CARA Awards 2011-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
CARA Awards 2012-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
CARA Awards Recognize Excellence in Catholic Research-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
CARA Awards Recognize Two Major Figures in Catholic Research-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
CARA Board Appoints Executive Director-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
CARA Board Update-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
CARA Fortieth Anniversary Celebration Honors Dr. Ruth Wallace and Cushwa Center-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
CARA’s Founding Executive Director Dies-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
CARA Honored With Lumen Gentium Award-Vol 9, No 4-Winter ‘04
CARA Honors Two Sisters during Year of Consecrated Life-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
CARA Opens Search for New Executive Director-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
CARA Receives Recognition,-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
The CARA Report Rated First by CPA-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
The CARA Report Receives CPA Award-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
CARA Research Awards-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
CARA Studies Trends in Catholic Elementary School Enrollments-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
CARA Symposium Focuses on Hispanic/Latino(a) Catholics-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Catholic Charities Served More Than 12 Million in 2004-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Changes in CARA Staff-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
CPA Cites The CARA Report for General Excellence-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Dr. Dean R. Hoge (1937-2008)-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Formation Program Reports Delayed-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Former CARA Executive Director Dies-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Glenmary Research Center and Father Virgilio Elizondo Honored with CARA Research Awards-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Global Catholicism Receives CPA Award-Vol 10, No 1-Summer -04
Hoge, Murnion Receive CARA Awards-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Jesuit Fr. Thomas P. Gaunt Becomes CARA Executive Director-Vol 16, No 3-Winter #&8216;11
New Board Chair at CARA-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
New CARA Executive Director Appointed-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
New Faces at CARA-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Rev. Cassian Yuhaus, CP, Former CARA Director, Dies at 91-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Sisters Katarina Schuth and Mary Peter Traviss Honored With CARA Research Awards-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Ten-Year Index to The CARA Report Now Available Online-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Two Join, Two Leave CARA Board-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Two New CARA Board Members-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Visit CARA on the World Wide Web-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Welcome to ‘1964‘–The CARA Blog-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09

ATTITUDES, BEHAVIORS, AND BELIEFS - POLITICAL ISSUES

A More Religious Future for America-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Americans’ Opinions of Muslims Have Improved Since the Attacks-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Americans Support Religious History in Public Schools-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
At the Intersection of Religion and Politics-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Attitudes Mixed on Church/State Funding-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Attitudes on Public Policy Issues Differ By Religion-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Attitudes Toward Role of Religion-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
CARA Research Finds Catholics Split on Presidential Election-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Catholic Aspects of Election 2010-Vol 16, No 3-Winter‘11
Catholic Attitudes Conerning Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 4-‘11
Catholic Attitudes on Political Questions-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Catholic Attitudes on Public Policy Issues-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Attitudes toward Same-Sex Issues-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic College Education Influences Public Policy Attitudes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Catholic Composition of 109th Congress-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholic Congressional Voting, 1980-1994-Vol 1, No 1-Spring ‘95
Catholics Consider Torture Justified in Some Circumstances-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Catholic Institutional Investors Mindful of Moral Concerns-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Influence on 2008 Elections-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Millennials Hold Promise and Challenges for Church-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholics More Inclined to Share Wealth-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12 Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Republican Activists and the Christian Right-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholic Vote in 2004 Election at 63 Percent-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholic Vote in 2012 Presidential Election-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Catholic Voters: A Crucial But Changing Pattern-Vol 1, No 5-Spring ‘96
Catholic Voters a Key Constituency in 2016 Elections-Vol 21, No 4-Spring‘16
Catholic Votes by Party-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Catholics and Evangelicals Emerge in U.S. Intellectual Life-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholics’ Confidence in Religion Improving-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics Divided in Political Views-Vol 1, No 3-Fall ‘95
Catholics Draw on Faith for Political Choices-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Catholics Included in Both Conservative and Progressive Religious Activists, but With Very Different Views-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholics Increasingly Favor Protecting the Environment-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholics More Inclined to Share Wealth-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Catholics Support Leadership, Disagree with Some Policies-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Catholics’ Religious, Political Identities Connected-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholics’ Support for Capital Punishment Waning-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Voters Reflect Concerns about Terrorism-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Chances of Divorce May Be Lower Than You Think-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Church Should Speak Out On Issues But Not Back Candidates-Vol 1, No 3-Fall ‘95
Churches Help Achieve Community Goals-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
College Students’ Religiosity Affects Values, Political Beliefs-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Contemporary Catholic Trends-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Could Church Charity Replace Federal Welfare?-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
The Emerging U.S. Catholic Church-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Favorability Rating toward Pope Francis Declines-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Fewer Favor the Death Penalty-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
A ‘Francis Effect’ on Attitudes toward Climate Change-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Generations Key to Understanding American Catholic Laity-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Half of Americans Think Abortion Morally Wrong-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘ 13
High School Seniors Address ‘Hot Button Issues’-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
How Different U.S. Religious Groups View Immigration-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Increasing Percentage of Catholics in Congress-Vol 5, No 3-Winter ‘00
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Has Lifelong Effects-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Just Over Half of U.S. Adults Married-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
JVC Service Affects Attitudes toward Issues of Poverty and Welfare-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Latino Catholics Willing To Vote For Pro-Choice Candidates-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Latino Voice Emerging in U.S. Political and Civic Life-Vol 9, No 4-Winter ‘04
Lay Leadership in Latino Catholic Parishes in Chicago-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Mass Attendance Affects Views on Immigration Policy-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Measuring the ‘Pope Francis Effect’-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Meet “Generation Next”-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Black Catholics-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Media Coverage of Religion Increases-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Millennial Catholics and New Media-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Mixed Views on the Influence of Religion-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Moral Standards for Elected Officials-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
More Catholics in 113th Congress-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Most Americans Agree with Pope on Controversial Issues-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Most Americans Oppose Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Most Catholics Favor Increasing Minimum Wage-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Most Catholics Support Bishops on Religious Liberty-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Most Catholics Think America’s Best Days Are Ahead-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Most University Faculty Look Down on Evangelical Christians and Mormons-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Most U.S. Catholics Support Gay Marriage, but Church Perceived as Unfriendly to LGBT People-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Nation’s Race and Ethnicity in 2011-Vol 18, Nov 3-Winter ‘13
Neil A. Parent Honored for Support of Church Research-Vol 19, No 2-Summer ‘13
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Continue to Decline-Vol 17, No 1-Summer‘11
New Book Highlights American Catholicism Today-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Parish-Level Religious Differences Affect Public Political Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
New Tool to Chart Intersection of Religion and Politics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Pastors’ Influence on Attitudes About Capital Punishment-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
People of Faith Support Immigration Reform-Vol 16, No 1-Summer
Perceptions of Anti-Catholic Bias-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Perceptions of Clergy as Public Figures-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Political and Religious Attitudes of U.S. Priests-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Pondering ‘the Catholic Vote‘-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Priests are Happy-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Pro-Life Catholics and Evangelicals Part Ways on Gun Control-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Report Finds Poverty in America on the Increase-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Religion Does Matter in Congressional Voting-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religion Has Little Influence on Attitudes Toward War in Iraq-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Religion May Have Significant Effect in 2008 Election-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Religious Aspects of the Presidential Race-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Religious Attitudes, Behaviors of Millennial Catholics Compared to Their Elders-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religious Change during Adolescence-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Religious Identity Stable in High School; Participation Declines-Vol 17, No 4-Spring‘12
Saving Urban Catholic Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Seven in Ten Catholics Voted in 2008 Election-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Sisters Promote Community Diversity and Immigration Reform-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
State Catholic Conferences in a Secular World-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
State Catholic Conferences Promote Church’s Role in the Public Life-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Suggestions for Parish Renewal-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
The Impact of Catholic Housing-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Thirty Percent of Members of Congress Are Catholic-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Trends in American Religion-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Trends in Attitudes and Beliefs of Lay Catholics-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Trends in American Religion-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
U.S. Catholics Express a Distinctive Political Voice-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
U.S. Catholic Opinion on Global Warming-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ’15
U.S. Catholics Accepting of Non-Traditional Families-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Weekly Mass Attenders Support Church Positions on Abortion and Capital Punishment-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Women and Men Religious Seek to Improve Ministry to Immigrants-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Voters Comfortable with Catholic Presidential Candidates-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Why People Leave the Church and Why They Return-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Why Young Adults Stop Attending Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12

ATTITUDES, BEHAVIORS, AND BELIEFS - RELIGIOUS ISSUE

A Comprehensive Look at the Present and Future of U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
A More Religious Future for America-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Acceptability of Moral Issues Related to Mass Attendance-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
‘Active’ Catholics More Satisfied with Bishops’ Response to Scandal-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Adults Entering the Catholic Church through RCIA-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Affective Religiosity and Inactive Catholics- Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
African American Catholics Engaged in Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Almost Two-Thirds of Catholics Have No Opinion on Latin Mass-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Alumni of Catholic Colleges “More Likely to …”-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
American Catholics Not Swayed by The Da Vinci Code-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Americans Have Favorable Impression, Little Knowledge of Pope Benedict XVI-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Americans Less Religious; Churchgoers Remain Observant-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Americans Look to Religion-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Americans No More Religious Since September 11-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
American Orthodox Christianity-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Americans Prefer Religiously Diverse Neighborhoods-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Americans Show Low Level of Religious Knowledge-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Americans Think Religion’s Influence is Declining-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Anti-Catholic Attitudes in American Life-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
At the Intersection of Religion and Politics-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Attend Mass Weekly by Marital Status-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Attitude toward Catholic Religion Less Favorable among Non-Catholics-Vol 13, No 1- Summer ‘07
Attitudes About Celibacy and Homosexuality Vary Among Priests-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Attitudes and Beliefs of African Christians-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Attitudes Concerning Marriage Annulment-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Australian Bishops Report Declining Mass Attendance-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Awakening the Faithful-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Baby Boomers Give Less to Religious and Secular Philanthropy-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Bishops’ Approval Rating Rises-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Building Strong Church Communities-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ’12
Candidates for Religious Life Seek Community Life, Communal Prayer, and Religious Habit-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
CARA Catholic Poll Reveals Generational Differences-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
CARA Releases New Poll Results-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
CARA Summarizes Reactions to Reports of Clergy Sex Abuse-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic Attitudes Concerning Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholic Attitudes on Political Questions-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Catholic Attitudes toward Sacramental Marriage-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Attitudes toward Same-Sex Issues-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Attitudes toward the Sacraments-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Couples More Likely to Be of Same Faith-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholic Faculty Concentration Influences Catholic Identity-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic Identity Maintained–Is the ‘Sacred Canopy’ Wide Enough for All Catholics?-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
Catholic Identity Persists, Even in Catholic/Non-Catholic Marriages-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Institutional Investors Mindful of Moral Concerns-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Laity Similar to Mainline Protestants in Religious Views-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Catholic Millennials Hold Promise and Challenges for Church-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Pluralism Study Finds Generational Differences-Vol 2, No 2-Fall ‘96
Catholic Schooling Boosts Weekly Mass Attendance Across Generations-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic Support for Bishops Declining, Pope Holding Strong-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Catholic Volunteers ‘Transformed’ by Year of Service-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Values Promote Wealth-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Catholic Voters a Key Constituency in 2016 Elections-Vol 21, No 4-Spring‘16
Catholic Young Adults Less Likely to Switch Loyalty-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Catholic Young Adults Support Pope’s Continued Service-Vol 8, No 1-Fall ‘02
Catholic Youth Lag Behind Other Christian Teenagers on Some Measures of Religion and Spirituality-Vol 11, No 2-Fall 2005
Catholics among Least Likely to Divorce-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Catholics Becoming Mainstream America-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholics Call for Openness, Better Communication, Accountability-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Catholics’ Confidence in Religion Improving-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics’ Contributions Influenced by Personal Financial Concerns-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Catholics Included in Both Conservative and Progressive Religious Activists, but With Very Different Views-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholics’ Mass Attendance Continues Decline-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Catholics More Inclined to Share Wealth-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Catholics More Satisfied with Spiritual Lives-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholics Online for Religious Inquiry, Research-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Catholics Optimistic about Church-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Catholics’ Perceptions of Women Religious in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Catholics Rate Higher in Denominational Loyalty-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholics Rate Parish Vitality-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholics Say Growth in Non-Religious Is Bad for Society-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Catholics Support Leadership, Disagree with Some Policies-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Catholics Support Pope But Hold Independent Views-Vol 1, No 3-Fall ‘95
Catholics Want Churches To Do More for Poor-Vol 1, No 3-Fall ‘95
Catholicism in Spain-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Charitable Giving Down, but Religious Giving Increases-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Childhood Religion Central to Continued Adult Faith-Vol 15, No 2-Winter ‘09
“Christmas and Easter” Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Church Attendance an International Concern-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Church Attending Women More Optimistic-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Church Experiences by Christian Tradition-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Church Financial Accountability Still Important-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Church Rebounds from 2003 Problems-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
College Students Have Differing Conceptions of Moral Issues-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
College Students’ Religiosity Affects Values, Political Beliefs-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Committed Catholics Closer to Church on Moral Issues-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Confidence in Organized Religion Continues to Fall-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Contrasting Latino Communities in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Contributions of Christianity to Society-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Converts More Religious Than Those Born in the Faith-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Culture of Bible Belt Catholics-Vol 2, No 4-Spring ‘97
Declining Proportion of Baptisms a Cause for Concern-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Differing Opinions in New Mass Translations-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Differing Perceptions of God-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Disaffected Catholics Stay Committed to Church-Vol l, No 2-Summer ‘95
Divorce, Remarriage Affect Catholics’ Identity, Participation-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Does Capitalism Conflict with Christian Values?-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Economy Affects Religious Giving-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
“Emerging Adults” Present Significant Religious Challenges-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
The Emerging U.S. Catholic Church-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Emphasis on Mission and Vision Key to Parish Giving-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Estimates of Weekly Mass Attendance Vary Widely-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Experiences of Catholic, Orthodox Clergy Compared-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Exploring the Catholic Identity of Catholic Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Faculty, Administrators Speak on Catholic Identity, Tradition-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Favorability Rating toward Pope Francis Declines-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Fewer Catholics Participating in Reconciliation-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Fewer Favor the Death Penalty-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Foreign-Born Hispanics More Socially Conservative-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
’The Francis Effect’ as a Boost to Catholic Giving-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
A ‘Francis Effect’ on Attitudes Toward Climate Change-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Friendship Between Catholics and Evangelicals-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Gender, Generation, Commitment Differentiate Laity-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Generational Differences and Childhood Religiosity Most Significant in Developing Catholic Religious Attitudes-Vol 3, No 2-Fall ‘97
Generations and Catholic Culture-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Generations Key to Understanding American Catholic Laity-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Giving to Churches Increased in 2003-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Greeley Book Describes Effects of Vatican II-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Half of Americans Think Abortion Morally Wrong-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
High School Seniors Address ‘Hot Button Issues’-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Hispanic Catholics and Protestants Similar in Traditional Social Attitudes-Vol 7, No 4-Spring‘02
Hispanic Catholics in U.S. Satisfied with Parish Life-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Hispanics Transforming U.S. Religion-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
How Essential to the Catholic Faith?-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
How Progressive Positions Prevailed at Vatican Council II- Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Importance of Religion Increases with Age-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Importance of Religion Stronger in U.S. Than among Western Europeans-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Increasingly, Americans Claim No Religious Identity-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Interfaith Marriage among Catholics-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
International Study of Bible Use Precedes Bishops‘ Synod-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Irish Still Catholic on Their Own Terms-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Irish View of Catholic Church-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
IVC Service Affects Faith, Spirituality, and Attitudes Toward Social Justice-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Has Lifelong Effects-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Jesuit Volunteer Service and Marital Stability-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
JVC Service Affects Attitudes toward Issues of Poverty and Welfare-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Keeping Catholic Higher Education “Catholic”-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Laity Assesses Challenges Facing Church-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Latinos Transforming the U.S. Catholic Church, and How the Church Is Transforming Them-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lenten Practices-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Learning from “Former Catholics”-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Link Between Faith and Everyday Life-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Link Found Between Hispanic/Latino Religious Affiliation and Abortion Attitudes-Vol 5, No 3-Winter ‘00
Love They Neighbor: Interfaith Marriages by Catholics-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Making the Church Meaningful for Today‘s Young Adults-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Many College Freshmen Engaged and Involved in Religion-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Mary, Queen of Parishes-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Marriage and Millennial Catholics-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Mass Attendance Affects Views on Immigration Policy-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Mass Attendance: It Depends How You Ask the Question-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Mass-Attending Catholics Seek Greater Accountability-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Measuring the ‘Pope Francis Effect’ Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Meet “Generation Next”-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Military Ahead of Clergy as Contributors to Society-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Ministry to Gay and Lesbian People and Their Families-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Mixed Marriages More Common in South, West-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
More Than Half Say Catholic Faith ‘Very Important’-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
More Than 150,000 New Catholics Entered at Easter-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Most Americans Agree with Pope on Controversial Issues-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Most Catholics Admire Pope Benedict XVI-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Most Catholics Believe in Some Form of Evolution-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Most Catholics Have Mostly Catholic Close Friends-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Most Catholics Lie Between ‘Traditional’ and ‘Progressive’-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Most Catholics Think America’s Best Days Are Ahead-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Most Catholics Think Patients Should Decide End-of-Life Issues-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Most Catholics Unaware of Church Actions to Prevent Abuse of Minors-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Most U.S. Catholics Support Gay Marriage, but Church Perceived as Unfriendly to LGBT People-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Most Teens Not Alienated from Organized Religion-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Most University Faculty Look Down on Evangelical Christians and Mormons-Vol 13, No1-Summer ‘07
Most U.S. Adults Believe in Sin-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Most U.S. Catholics Support Choice of New Pope-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
National Culture Shapes Individual Opinions of Moral Issues-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
National Polls Track Clergy Scandal-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
New Research on Catholic Attitudes-Vol 4, No 4-Spring ‘99
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
News About Readers of Diocesan Newspapers-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Number of U.S. Catholic Retreat Houses Up 41 Percent since 1981-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
One-Quarter of Adult Catholics Read Diocesan Newspapers-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Opinions on Pope Benedict, Islam, and Mormonism-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Parish Councils Evaluate Parish Restructuring-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parish Renewal Key to Catholic Future-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Parish Shopping and Hopping Among U.S. Catholics-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Parish-Level Religious Differences Affect Public Political Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ’14
Parishes Must Point the Way to Social Justice-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Parishioner Composition Over 25 Years-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Parishioners Less Likely than Leaders to Support Larger Parishes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Parishioners Prefer Familiar Songs That Are Easy to Sing-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Parishioners Want More Openness in Church Financial Reporting-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Perceptions of Anti-Catholic Bias-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Perceptions of Church Functions Differ-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Political and Religious Attitudes of U.S. Priests-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Poll Finds U.S. Catholics Trust Church Leaders-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ’06
Pondering ‘the Catholic Vote‘-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Poor Teens Less Likely to Participate in Religion-Vol  14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Priests Satisfied With Ministry But Worry About Morale- Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Priests’ Satisfaction, Generational Differences Increasing-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Priests’ Spirituality Key to Pastoral Excellence-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Pro-Life Position Backed-Vol 1, No 4-Winter ‘96
Protestants View Pope Francis-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Public Reaction to Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
A Quarter of Americans Overall Belong to No Faith Group-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Religion and Spirituality through the Life Course-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Religion Does Matter in Congressional Voting-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religion Poorly Represented on Prime-Time Television-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Religiosity among U.S. Hispanics-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religiosity and Spirituality Differentiated-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Religiosity at Catholic Colleges-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religiosity Linked to Views on the Family-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Affiliation by Age-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Religious Attitudes, Behaviors of Millennial Catholics Compared to Their Elders-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Religious Faith and Practice in U.S. Cities-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Fluidity Key to Understanding U.S. Religious Scene-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Identity among Children of Divorce-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religious Identity of College Catholics-Vol 2, No 2-Fall ‘96
Religious Participation Promotes Generosity Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religious Practices of Former Religious-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
‘Religious Switching’ Is Widespread in the United States-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religiously Active Also Civically Engaged-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
‘Renewalist’ Christians in Catholic Countries-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Seeking the Outlines of the Church of Tomorrow-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Seminarians Desire Assignment to Parishes with Catholic Schools-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Seniors Prefer Intergenerational Activities-Vol 4, No 2-Fall ‘98
Shifts in Catholic Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice Attitudes-Vol 3, No 4-Spring ‘98
Sister Churches: An Increasing U.S. Christian Phenomenon-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Sisters Promote Community Diversity and Immigration Reform-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Social Desirability Bias in Church Research, Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Some Catholics Also Attend Services of Other Religions-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Something about the Name Mary?-Vol 16,No4-Spring ‘11
Southerners More Likely to Consider Religion ‘Very Important’-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Spirituality Among College Students-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Spirituality Central to Success in Today’s Priesthood-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Stewardship’s Effectiveness at the Parish Level-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Study Reveals Catholics Trail Evangelicals in Belief, Behavior-Vol 5, No 2-Fall ‘99
Study Reveals Significant Differences Between “Orthodox” and “Progressive” Catholics in Today’s Society-Vol 3, No 1-Summer ‘97
Substance Abuse Much Lower Among Believers-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Teenagers‘ Church Attendance Boosts School Achievement-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Three in Ten U.S. Catholics Have Ever Been Divorced-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Today’s Catholics Different from Earlier Generations, but No Less Religious-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Today’s Teens Less Engaged in Religion-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Top Four Catholics of 20th Century-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Trends in Attitudes and Beliefs of Lay Catholics-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Understanding the Millennial Generation-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
U.S. among Top Countries in Strong Belief in God-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
The U.S. Catholic Church Is Not in Decline-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Catholic Opinion on Global Warming-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ’15
U.S. Catholics Accepting of Non-Traditional Families-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
U.S. Catholics Agree with Vatican on Social Forms of Sin-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
U.S. Catholics Favor Pope Francis and Hopeful about His Papacy-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
U.S. Catholics Have Improved View of Bishops-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
U.S. Catholics Less Likely Than Evangelicals to Reject Evolution-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
U.S. Christian Giving Described as ‘Ungenerous‘-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
U.S. Leads Canada and Great Britain in Religious Importance and Worship Attendance-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
U.S. Missioners: More Laity, Greater Focus on North America-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
U.S. Religious Bias against Muslims-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Use of Social Media for Religion-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Views of Pope Francis after Six Months-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Views on Human Evolution Vary by Religion-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
‘Voice of the Faithful’ as a Social Movement-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Web Surfers Looking for Religion-Vol 10, No 1-Spring ‘04
Weekly Catholic Mass Attendance Estimated at 26.7 Percent-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
What Makes Catholics Feel and Act ‘Catholic’?- Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
What Teenagers Expect Out of Early Adulthood-Vol 16, No 1-Summer #&8216;10
Whatever Happened to Saints’ Names-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
When Two Faiths Wed-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Where Will Your Final Resting Place Be?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Who Are the Atheists?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Who Is a Traditional, Moderate, or Liberal Catholic?-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Why the Number of Unchurched Americans Continues to Increase-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Women and Men Religious Seek to Improve Ministry to Immigrants-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Young Adult Catholics Interested in Church Ministry-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Young Adults Give Little, but Most Goes to Church-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Young Mormons More Likely to Volunteer-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Youth Want Church Involvement in HIV/AIDS Education-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Campus Ministry Has Positive, Lifelong Effect on Faith-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
CARA Study Finds Campus Ministry Financial Problems-Vol. 1, No. 3-Fall ‘95
Catholic Campus Ministry Examined-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Diocesan Directors of Campus Ministry Wear Many Hats-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Pilot Study Develops Tools for Evaluating Campus Ministries-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Study Assesses Campus Ministry’s Effectiveness in Faith Formation-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98

CATHEDRALS

Study Profiles the Nation’s Cathedrals-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
What Do People Expect from a Cathedral?-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02

CATHOLIC CHARITIES

CARA Study for Catholic Charities Highlights Church Housing Efforts-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Catholic Charities USA Helps Over 10.6 Million People-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Catholic Charities’ Services Increase in 1994-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Coleman Examines CCUSA’s Catholic Identity, Structure-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

A New Teaching Model for Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
About Their Futures-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Action Research in the Service of Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
All about Catholic High Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Alumni of Catholic Colleges “More Likely to …”-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Benefits of a Catholic College or University Education-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Bright Spots Appear on Educational Horizon-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Bringing Out the Best in Students-Vol. 3, No. 2 -Fall ‘97
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic College and University Endowments-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic College Education for Undocumented Students-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic College Education Influences Public Policy Attitudes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Catholic Colleges and Universities with More than 10,000 Students-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Colleges Better at Graduating Their Students-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Colleges Must Face Eventual Loss of Sponsorship-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholic Colleges Produce Many Peace Corps Volunteers-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholic Colleges Produce Many Peace Corps Volunteers-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholic Colleges Ranked Among Top Schools in the United States-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Catholic Colleges Rated High-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic Colleges Rated High by U.S. News & World Report-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic Elementary Schools, 1999-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
Catholic Factor Marketable for Colleges-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Catholic Faculty Concentration Influences Catholic Identity-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic High Schools Average 554 Students; Tuition $9,600-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Catholic High Schools Have Lower Dropout Rates-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollment Declines 22 Percent in a Decade-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic School Enrollment Declines as Inner-City School Closings Continue-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic School Enrollment Down, but Waiting Lists Persist-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Catholic School Enrollment Down Slightly-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic School Enrollment Up Again-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
Catholic School Enrollments Continue to Decline-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic School Enrollments Decline in Some Areas, Waiting Lists in Others-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic School Enrollments Decrease, Total Number of Schools Increase-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Catholic School Enrollments Hold Steady-Vol. 5, No. 2 -Fall ‘99
Catholic School Enrollments Surge-Vol. 2,  No. 2-Fall ‘96
Catholic School Enrollments Up-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Catholic School Enrollments Up Again-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Catholic Schools among Forbes 100 Top Colleges-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Schools among Top National, Regional Universities-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Schools and Student Enrollment-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Schools Continue to Thrive-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Catholic Schools Contribute to Future-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Catholic Schools in National Rankings-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic Schools Place High among Nation’s Universities-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Schools Outperform Public Schools on Nationwide Science Assessment-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Catholic Schools Remain Strong-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Catholic Schooling Boosts Weekly Mass Attendance Across Generations-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter 12 Catholic Social Teaching in Catholic High Schools-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Catholic Universities and Colleges Win High Ratings-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Catholic Universities Rank among Nation’s Best-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Catholic Universities Rank High in Annual Rating-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
‘Cautiously Positive’ Future for Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Chapels at U.S. Catholic Universities among the Most Beautiful-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Community Aspects of Catholic High Schools-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Creating and Maintaining Vibrant Catholic High Schools-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Distance Learning Programs in Lay Ministry-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Ecclesial Status of Today’s Catholic Education Leaders-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Eleven Catholic Universities and Colleges with More than 10,000 Students-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Enrollments Decline in Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Enrollments in Catholic Elementary and High Schools- Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Exploring the Catholic Identity of Catholic Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Facts about Finances in Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Faculty, Administrators Speak on Catholic Identity, Tradition-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21 No 2-Fall ‘15
Few Catholic Colleges for Sunbelt Students-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Finance and Governance in Catholic High Schools-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Financing and Governing Catholic High Schools-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Financing Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Financial Aspects of Catholic High Schools-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Five Catholic Schools among the 20 ‘Most Religious Colleges‘-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘13
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Funding Problems May Threaten Mission of Catholic Schools-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Goal Is a Million Latino Students in Catholic Schools by 2020-Vol16, No2-Fall ‘10
Good News: Minority and Low-Income Children in Catholic Schools Are … More Hopeful
Good News: Minority and Low-Income Children in Catholic Schools Are … Served Better at Half the Cost of Public Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Increasing the Financial Stability of Catholic High Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Inner-City School Voucher Programs-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Is Catholic College Worth the Price of Admission?-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Jesuit Affiliated Schools Are Tops among Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Jesuits Maintain Consistent Commitment to Education-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Keeping Catholic Higher Education “Catholic”-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Keeping the “Catholic” in Catholic Colleges and Universities-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Lay Leaders of Catholic Colleges and Universities-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Lay Presidents Increasing in Catholic Colleges-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Major Decisions Ahead for Catholic Schools-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
More Women But Fewer Hispanics in Catholic Colleges-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
NCEA Begins New Series on Catholic High Schools-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
National Profile of Catholic Educators-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
New Catholic Schools Helping Meet the Need-Vol. 3, No. 2-Fall ‘97
New Compendium of Research on Catholic Schools-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
New Journal Highlights Research on Catholic Schools-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Non-Catholic Students Often Misinformed about Catholic Higher Education-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
One in Ten Catholic Students Attend a Catholic College or University-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Parish Finances Not in Crisis, But Schools Are An Issue-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Parish Support of Catholic Schools–Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parishioner Composition Over 25 Years-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Pastors‘ Views on Parish Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Presidents at Catholic and Protestant Seminaries Compared-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Presidents of Catholic and Non-Catholic Colleges-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Profile of Today’s Catholic Schools-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Progress in Hispanic Educational Attainment-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Psychological Assessment of Candidates for Admission to Priestly Formation-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Racial Mix in Catholic Schools Criticized-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Religiosity at Catholic Colleges-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Revitalizing Inner-city Catholic Schools-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Saving Urban Catholic Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Seminarians Desire Assignment to Parishes with Catholic Schools”  Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Students at Catholic Colleges Graduate Sooner-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Study Profiles Religion Teachers-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Sustaining Urban Catholic Elementary Education-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21 No 1-Summer ‘15
Then and Now: Enrollment Trends in Catholic Schools and Parish-Based Religious Education- Vol 5. No. 2-Fall ‘99
Three Models of Catholic Higher Education-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Two-Thirds of Diocesan School Superintendents Now Lay-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
U.S. Catholic High Schools Average 525 Students-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16

CHURCH DEMOGRAPHICS (USA)

78 Percent of Permanent Deacons Active in Ministry-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
A Comprehensive Look at the Present and Future of U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
A More Religious Future for America-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Active Diocesan Priests Continue Decline in Next 25 Years-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Active U.S. Bishops Now Fewer, Older, and Likely from Elsewhere-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘11
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Annual Profile of Newly Ordained Priests-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Annual Summary Reveals Bright Spots, Areas for Concern-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Aspirants on Increase in Diaconate Formation Programs-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Black Catholics in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
CARA Reflections on Pew Religious Landscape Survey-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Catholic and Jewish Population Shift to the Midwest and West-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic Baptisms Continue to Decline-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Charities Clients Increase Seven Percent in 2006-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic Church in U.S. is First in Size But Third in Growth-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Church Still Largest in United States-Vol 15, No 1-Summer Catholic ‘09
Catholic Church Still Largest U.S. Faith Community-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholic Couples More Likely to Be of Same Faith-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholic Losses to Evangelicals Called ‘Exaggerated‘ -Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Parishes, Protestant Congregations Compared-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Population by State-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Catholic Population Growth, 1971 to 2000-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Catholic Population Growth Predicted-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Catholic Population in the U.S., 2000-2005-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Catholic Population Moves, Leaving Parishes Behind-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic Populations within Populations-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollment Declines 22 Percent in a Decade-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic School Enrollment Down, but Waiting Lists Persist-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Catholic Share of U.S. Population Likely to Increase-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Catholic Voters a Key Constituency in 2016 Elections-Vol 21, No 4-Spring‘16
Catholics Are Largest Religious Group Among New Immigrants-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholics Are Largest U.S. Faith Tradition-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholics Dominant in Half of 30 Major U.S. Metro Areas-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics in Congress Exceed Proportion in U.S. Population-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Catholics in the 112th U.S. Congress-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholics Rate Higher in Denominational Loyalty-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Catholics Still Concentrated in New England and Middle Atlantic States-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Changing Face of U.S. Missioners-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Characteristics of Active U.S. Bishops-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
College and Graduate-Level Seminary Students Up Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Comparisons of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Congregations and Membership Study-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Continued Growth in the Permanent Diaconate-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Contrasting Latino Communities in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Deacons and Candidates Continue Growth-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Declining Percent of U.S. Hispanics Say They are Catholic-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Demographic Changes to Impact Church in Europe and USA-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Difficulties in Estimating the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Diocesan Structure and Catholic Population Totals-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Dioceses with Most Priestly Ordinations During Four Years 2000-2003-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Directory Shows More U.S. Catholics, But Fewer Priests, Sisters, and Brothers-Vol. 3, No. 1- Summer ‘97
Ecclesial Status of Today’s Catholic Education Leaders-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Eight in Ten U.S. Permanent Deacons in Active Ministry-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
The ‘Emerging’ Permanent Deacon-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Enrollment in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Tops 35,000-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Exploring Differences in Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Facts About Hispanics/Latinos in the United States-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Fewer Americans ‘Unchurched&8216; than Sometimes Believed-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Fewer Parishes Being Entrusted to Someone Other Than a Priest-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Former Catholics Often Left in Youth-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘13
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Glenmary Highlights Southern Mission Need-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Highest Since 1992-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Hispanic/Latino Population by Diocese-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Hispanics Raised Catholic More Likely to Keep Their Faith-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Hispanics Transforming U.S. Religion-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Hispanics Will Soon Comprise More Than Half of U.S. Catholic Teens-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Identifying U.S. Hispanic Catholics-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Increases in Ordinations, Catholic Population During Past Year-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Interfaith Marriage among Catholics-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
International Priests and the Priest Shortage in the United States-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Is There an Increase in Priestly Ordinations?-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Issues in Counting the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Jesuit Shift from Developed to Developing World-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Latino Christian Faith Communities Growing in Number and Diversity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Latinos As a Proportion of Catholics in the U.S. and Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Latinos Transforming the U.S. Catholic Church, and How the Church Is Transforming Them-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Down Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Lay Ministry Formation Continues Strong-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Lay Presidents Increasing in Catholic Colleges-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Little Evidence of Switching Among Hispanic Catholics-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
A Longer View of the Church in the United States-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Love Thy Neighbor: Interfaith Marriages by Catholics-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
More Catholics in 113th Congress-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
More Than 10,000 Lay Missioners Serving in U.S. and Overseas-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
More Than 20,000 in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
More Than 150,000 New Catholics Entered at Easter-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
More Than a Quarter of Young Adult Catholics in the U.S. Self-Identify As Hispanic-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
More Than Three in Four Permanent Deacons in Active Ministry-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
More Than Three-Quarters of Americans are Christian, Almost One-Fourth Are Catholic-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Most Americans Say They Are Christians-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Most Overestimate Religious Diversity of the United States-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Muslim Numbers May Equal Christians by 2050-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Nation’s Race and Ethnicity in 2011-Vol 18, Nov 3-Winter ‘13
Nationality and Language Are Important Elements of Latino Identity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
NCC Yearbook Reports Catholic Increase-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Nearly 6,000 International Priests Serving in U.S. since 1985-Vol 11, No 1-Summer -05
New Priests Are Older, More Diverse, Better Educated-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
New Religious Younger, More Educated-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
New Sisters and Brothers Professing Perpetual Vows in Religious Life: The Profession Class of 2015-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
New Tool to Chart Intersection of Religion and Politics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
New U.S. Priests Older and More Foreign-Born-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Newly Ordained Priests Average 35 Years Old-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
New Priests Older, Better Educated, More Foreign Born-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
New Priests Reflect Greater Diversity-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Number of Active U.S. Diocesan Priests Expected to Decline 12 Percent by 2010-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Number of Deacon Candidates Continues to Increase-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Number of U.S. Permanent Deacons Continues to Increase-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Numbers of Catholics and Deacons Up, Priests and Religious Down-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
One- and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
One-Third of Californians Will Be Catholic by 2025-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Only Six Percent of Religious Institutes Have Adequate Retirement Funding-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Ordinations to the Diocesan Priesthood Compared-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Orthodox Priesthood Includes Former Catholics-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ’08
Parishioner Composition Over 25 Years-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
People of Faith Support Immigration Reform-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Percent Catholic in Each State-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Percent of Hispanics Who Identify as Catholic-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Permanent Deacon Candidates Down 8 Percent-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Permanent Deacon Totals Continue to Grow-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Permanent Deacons in Active Service to the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer
Portrait of People Serving U.S. Catholic Parishes-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Proportion of Foreign-Born Priests in U.S. Continues to Increase-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Proportion of U.S. Latino Catholics Declines from 1990-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
A Quarter of Americans Overall Belong to No Faith Group-Vol 2, No 3-Winter ‘16
Race and Ethnicity of the U.S. Catholic Church-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Record Numbers Reported by Catholic Volunteer Network-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Religious Affiliation by Age-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Religious Fluidity Key to Understanding U.S. Religious Scene-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Identification of U.S. Adult Hispanics-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
‘Religious Switching’ Is Widespread in the United States-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Retirement Needs of U.S. Religious Continue-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Rural Dioceses in the United States-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Salvadorans an Increasing Presence in Six Dioceses-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Seven in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify as Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Six in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify As Catholics-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Some Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Reorganizing-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Ten Largest U.S. Religious Bodies in 2012-Vol 18, No 1-Fall ‘12
Theologate Enrollments Dip Slightly During Year of Turmoil-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Theologate Enrollments Down Slightly; College Seminary Enrollments Increase-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Theologate-Level Seminary Enrollments Down 4 Percent-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Three-Quarters of Americans Say They Are Christians-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Thirty Percent of Members of Congress Are Catholic-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Tracing the Socio-Economic Status of U.S. Catholics-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Trends in American Religion-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Trends in Global Catholicism-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Trends in U.S. Religious Institutes of Men since 1970-Vol 21, No 3-Winter’16
Update on U.S. Orthodox Christian Churches-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Unchurched in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
U.S. Catholic Adult Population by Country of Birth, 2011-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
The U.S. Catholic Church Is Not in Decline-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Catholic High Schools Average 525 Students-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
U.S. Catholic Parishes Grow in Size and Diversity-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
U.S. Catholic Population Increases 1.5 Percent in 2008; Total Number of Parishes Declines-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
U.S. Catholic Population Rises, Sacramental Marriages Decline-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
U.S. Catholics High in Racial/Ethnic Diversity Rating-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Catholics Increasing, Shifting from Northeast to Southwest-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
U.S. Has 16,500 Deacons, 82 Percent in Active Ministry-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
U.S. Mission Efforts Worldwide-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
U.S. Missioners: More Laity, Greater Focus on North America-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
U.S. Missioners Serve in U.S. and Foreign Countries-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
U.S. Now Has Forty-Five Percent of World’s Permanent Deacons-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
U.S. Population Remains Predominantly Christian-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Voice of the Faithful Leaders Studied-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Which State Has the Most Catholics?-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Who Are the Atheists?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why People Leave the Church and Why They Return-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Why the Number of Unchurched Americans Continues to Increase-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Women in the U.S. Church-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Women Religious Professing Perpetual Vows-Vol 16, No 4-Spring &
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Worldwide Catholic Population Increased 1.5 Percent-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Worldwide Increases in Catholic Population, Priests, and Seminarians-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10

CHURCH DEMOGRAPHICS (WORLDWIDE)

CARA Book Describes Regional Catholic Trends Throughout the World-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Catholic Growth Rate Just Under Worldwide Population Growth-Vol 12, No 1-Summer >06
Catholics Increase by 15 Million Worldwide; Priests and Deacons Also Increase-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Catholic Population Exceeds One Billion-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Catholic Population Growth in Africa, Latin America, and Asia-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Catholicism in Spain-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Demographic Changes to Impact Church in Europe and USA-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Excerpts from Global Catholicism: Portrait of a World Church-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Growth in World’s Catholic Population in Reign of Pope John Paul II-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Half of Global Christian Population Is Catholic-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Increases in Catholic Population and Priests, Especially in Africa, but Priest-to-Parishioner Ratio Declines-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Increases in Catholic Population and Seminarians, Particularly in Africa- Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
International Priests and the Priest Shortage in the United States-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Jesuit Shift from Developed to Developing World-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
John Paul II Bishops Older, Less Geographically Diverse-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Largest Institutes of Religious Men-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Largest Religious Institutes of Men-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Latin America Underrepresented in College of Cardinals-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Latinos as a Proportion of Catholics in the U.S. and Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
More Than 10,000 Lay Missioners Serving in U.S. and Overseas-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Muslim Numbers May Equal Christians by 2050-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Nearly 6,000 International Priests Serving in U.S. since 1985-Vol 11, No 1-Summer -05
Non-Priests Lead 3,000 Parishes Worldwide-Vol. 1, No. 3-Fall ‘95
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Priest Demographics in Italy Similar to U.S.-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Religious Change in Brazil-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Religious Life and Ministry in Australia-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Sisters Gaining in Eastern Europe, Struggling in China-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
‘Renewalist’ Christians in Catholic Countries-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Seven in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify as Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Trends in Global Catholicism-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Trends in U.S. Religious Institutes of Men since 1970- Vol 21, No 3-Winter’16
U.S. Catholic Adult Population by Country of Birth, 2011-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Worldwide Catholic Church Membership-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Worldwide Catholic Population Increased 1.5 Percent-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Worldwide Catholic Total Approaches One Billion-Vol. 3, No. 2 -Fall ‘97
Worldwide Catholic Total Increases-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Worldwide, Church Workforce Increases-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Worldwide Growth in Catholic Population-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Worldwide Increase in Catholic Population, Deacons, Priests, and Bishops-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Worldwide Increases in Catholic Population, Priests, and Seminarians-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Worldwide Parishes Without Resident Pastors-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Worldwide Priest and Bishop Totals-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
U.S. Leads Canada and Great Britain in Religious Importance and Worship Attendance-Vol 10, ‘05
U.S. Mission Efforts Worldwide-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Vatican Yearbook Documents Church‘s Southward Shift-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Vatican Yearbook Reports Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Vatican Yearbook Reports Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04

COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS (CLERGY, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIOR)

A More Religious Future for America-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
African American Catholics Engaged in Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
African Americans Tend to Stay Catholic-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Americans Go Online for Religion-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Americans Less Religious; Churchgoers Remain Observant-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Americans Look to Religion-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Americans No More Religious Since September 11-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Americans Oppose Embryo Research-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
Americans Show Low Level of Religious Knowledge-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Americans Split on Lethal Prescriptions-Vol. 1, No. 2 -Summer ‘95
Americans Support Religious History in Public Schools-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
American Orthodox Christianity-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Americans Prefer Religiously Diverse Neighborhoods-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Americans Think Religion‘s Influence is Declining-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Attitude toward Catholic Religion Less Favorable among Non-Catholics-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Attitudes and Beliefs of African Christians-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Attitudes Mixed on Church/State Funding-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Attitudes on Public Policy Issues Differ By Religion-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Can Catholic Leaders Learn from Protestant Megachurches?-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Attitudes Concerning Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘ 11
U.S. Now Has Forty-Five Percent of World’s Permanent Deacons-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Church Still Largest in United States-Vol 15, No 1-Summer 09
Catholic Faculty Concentration Influences Catholic Identity-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic Identity Persists, Even in Catholic/Non-Catholic Marriages-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Laity Similar to Mainline Protestants in Religious Views-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Pastors Older than Their Protestant Counterparts-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Values Promote Wealth-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Catholic Voters a Key Constituency in 2016 Elections-Vol 21, No 4-Spring‘16
Catholic Young Adults Less Likely to Switch Loyalty-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Catholics among Least Likely to Divorce-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Catholics and Evangelicals Emerge in U.S. Intellectual Life-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholics Are Largest U.S. Faith Tradition-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholics Becoming Mainstream America-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholics’ Confidence in Religion Improving-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics Consider Torture Justified in Some Circumstances-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Catholics Less Likely than Protestants to Divorce-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholics More Inclined to Share Wealth-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Catholics More Satisfied with Spiritual Lives– Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholics Rate Parish Vitality-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholics Say Growth in Non-Religious Is Bad for Society-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Catholics Still Concentrated in New England and Middle Atlantic States-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholics’ Support for Capital Punishment Waning-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Charitable Giving Down, but Religious Giving Increases-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Childhood Religion Central to Continued Adult Faith-Vol 15, No 2-Winter ‘09
Church Attendance an International Concern-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Church Contributors Lead In Support To Private Charities-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Church Experiences by Christian Tradition-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Church Giving Compared-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Church Rebounds from 2003 Problems-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Churches Help Achieve Community Goals-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Churchgoing Teens Less Likely to Use Drugs, Alcohol-Vol 4, No 2-Fall ‘98
Confidence in Religion Continues to Fall-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Congregational Engagement-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Contrasting Latino Communities in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Contributions of Christianity to Society-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Converts More Religious Than Those Born in the Faith-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Despite Declines in Participation, Religious Organizations Serve Wider Public-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Differing Perceptions of God-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Does Capitalism Conflict with Christian Values?-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Do-It-Yourself Religion Among Young Adults-Vol 5, No 3-Winter ‘00
Drop in Worldwide Religiosity since 2005-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Ecumenical Study of Clergy ‘Breach of Trust’-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Effects of Religious Competition in a Western European Setting-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Effects of Religious Pluralism in Canada-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Favorability Rating toward Pope Francis Declines-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Few Americans Have Negative View of Catholics-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Fewer Americans Think Islam Inspires Violence-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Fewer Favor the Death Penalty-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Foreign-Born Hispanics More Socially Conservative-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Former Catholics Often Left in Youth-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
’The Francis Effect’ as a Boost to Catholic Giving-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
A ‘Francis Effect’ on Attitudes toward Climate Change-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Friendship Between Catholics and Evangelicals-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Geography of Charity-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Giving to Churches Increased in 2003-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Government Should Support Poor-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Half of Americans Think Abortion Morally Wrong-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Heritage Foundation Study Links Religion, Social Stability-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Hispanic Catholics and Protestants Similar in Traditional Social Attitudes-Vol 7, No 4-Spring‘02
Hispanic/Latino Faith Strong, Diverse-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Hispanics Transforming U.S. Religion-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
How Different U.S. Religious Groups View Immigration-Vol 19 No 3-Winter ‘14
Importance of Religion Increases with Age-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Importance of Religion Stronger in U.S. Than among Western Irish View of Catholic Church-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Insights into Congregational Leadership-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Europeans-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Influences on Financial Decisions-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
International Study Finds Religious Influence High-Vol. 1, No. 5 -Spring ‘95
International Study of Bible Use Precedes Bishops’ Synod-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Just Over Half of U.S. Adults Married-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Latino Catholics and Protestants Compared-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Latinos As a Proportion of Catholics in the U.S. and Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Link Between Faith and Everyday Life-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Military Ahead of Clergy as Contributors to Society-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Meet “Generation Next”-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Members’ Commitment Higher in Strict Churches-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Mixed Views on the Influence of Religion-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Moral Standards for Elected Officials-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
More Americans Believe in Miracles-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
More Seek Religious Info Online-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Most Americans Oppose Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Most Catholics Admire Pope Benedict XVI-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Most Catholics Have Mostly Catholic Close Friends-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Most Catholics Support Bishops on Religious Liberty-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Most Catholics Think America’s Best Days Are Ahead-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Most U.S. Catholics Support Gay Marriage, but Church Perceived as Unfriendly to LGBT People-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Most U.S. Adults Believe in Sin-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
National Culture Shapes Individual Opinions of Moral Issues-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
National Religious Attitudes Survey-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Nationality and Language Are Important Elements of Latino Identity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Opinions on Pope Benedict, Islam, and Mormonism-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Parishes Compared to Other U.S. Religious Congregations-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Passing the Faith in the Family-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Pastors’ Influence on Attitudes About Capital Punishment-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
People of Faith Support Immigration Reform-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Poor Teens Less Likely to Participate in Religion-Vol 4, No 14-Spring ‘09
Pro-Life Catholics and Evangelicals Part Ways on Gun Control-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Proportion of U.S. Latino Catholics Declines from 1990-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Protestants View Pope Francis-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Public Confidence in Organized Religion-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Regular Churchgoers Live Longer-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Religion Does Matter in Congressional Voting-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religion Has Little Influence on Attitudes Toward War in Iraq-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Religion in Canada: Most Believe, Few Attend-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Religion Matters in Giving to the Needy-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Religiosity among U.S. Hispanics-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religious Affiliation by Age-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Religious Aspects of the Presidential Race-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Religious Attitudes, Behaviors of Millennial Catholics Compared to Their Elders-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religious Beliefs Spur Civic Involvement-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Religious Competition Improves Commitment and Innovation in the U.S. Catholic Church-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Religious Faith and Practice in U.S. Cities-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Fluidity Key to Understanding U.S. Religious Scene-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Giving Steady During 2001-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Religious Identity among Children of Divorce-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religious Identity Stable in High School; Participation Declines-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Religious Life of Today’s Immigrants-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Religious Participation Promotes Generosity Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
‘Religious Switching’ Is Widespread in the United States-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Sister Churches: An Increasing U.S. Christian Phenomenon-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Sisters Promote Community Diversity and Immigration Reform-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Social Desirability Bias in Church Research-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Social Ministry in Affluent Churches-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Some Catholics Also Attend Services of Other Religions-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Southerners More Likely to Consider Religion ‘Very Important’-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Substance Abuse Much Lower Among Believers-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Tracing the Socio-Economic Status of U.S. Catholics-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Trends in American Religion,” Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Trends among American Donors-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Trustees Have Less Influence in Catholic Seminaries-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Understanding the Millennial Generation-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
U.S. among Top Countries in Strong Belief in God-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
U.S. Catholic Population Increases 1.5 Percent in 2008; Total Number of Parishes U.S. Population Remains Predominantly Christian-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
U.S. Catholic Opinion on Global Warming-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ’15
U.S. Catholics Accepting of Non-Traditional Families-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
U.S. Catholics Agree with Vatican on Social Forms of Sin-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
U.S. Catholics Favor Pope Francis and Hopeful about His Papacy-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
U.S. Catholics Less Likely Than Evangelicals to Reject Evolution-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ’07
U.S. Christian Giving Described as ‘Ungenerous’-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
U.S. Embrace of Religion Exceptional Among Developed Nations-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
U.S. Religious Attitudes Unchanged-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
U.S. Religious Bias against Muslims-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
U.S. Orthodox Giving Patterns-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Use of Social Media for Religion-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Views on Heaven, Hell-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Views of Pope Francis after Six Months-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Views on Human Evolution Vary by Religion-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
Weekly Catholic Mass Attendance Estimated at 26.7 Percent-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Who Are the Atheists?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why the Number of Unchurched Americans Continues to Increase-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Worldwide Growth in Catholic Population-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Worldwide Increases in Catholic Population, Priests, and Seminarians-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Young Mormons More Likely to Volunteer-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13

COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS (DEMOGRAPHICS)

84 Percent of U.S. Identifies with Christianity-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
American Orthodox Christianity-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Almost Half of International Migrants are Christian-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
CARA Reflections on Pew Religious Landscape Survey-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Catholic and Jewish Population Shift to the Midwest and West-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholic Aspects of Election 2010-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Catholic Church in U.S. is First in Size But Third in Growth-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Church is Only Principal U.S. Religious Body With Declining Number Of Clergy-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Catholic Church Still Largest U.S. Faith Community-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholic Composition of 109th Congress-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholic Couples More Likely to Be of Same Faith-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholic Losses to Evangelicals Called ‘Exaggerated‘-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Parishes, Protestant Congregations Compared-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Population Growth Predicted-Vol 16, No3-Winter ‘11
Catholic Population Shift Anticipated-Vol 8, No 4 Spring ‘03
Catholic Share of U.S. Population Likely to Increase-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Catholics Are Largest Religious Group Among New Immigrants-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholics Dominant in Half of 30 Major U.S. Metro Areas-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics in Congress Exceed Proportion in U.S. Population-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Catholics in the 112th U.S. Congress-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholics in Underserved Rural Areas-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholics Rate Higher in Denominational Loyalty-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholics Say Growth in Non-Religious Is Bad for Society-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Catholicism in Spain-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Characteristics of Latino Lay Ministers-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Christianity Experiencing a Shift Toward the South-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Christianity Remains World’s Largest Religion-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Congregations and Membership Study-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Contrasting Latino Communities in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Difficulties in Estimating the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Fewer Americans ‘Unchurched‘ than Sometimes Believed-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Half of Global Christian Population Is Catholic-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Hispanics Transforming U.S. Religion-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Identifying U.S. Hispanic Catholics-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Increase in ‘No Religion’ Seen As Primarily Political-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Increasingly, Americans Claim No Religious Identity-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Interfaith Marriage among Catholics-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Islam Has Displaced Catholicism as World’s Largest Religion-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Latest Religious Preferences for the United States-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Latino Christian Faith Communities Growing in Number and Diversity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Latino Voice Emerging in U.S. Political and Civic Life-Vol 9, No 4-Winter ‘04
Little Evidence of Switching Among Hispanic Catholics-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
A Longer View of the Church in the United States-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Majority of Immigrants Are Christians-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Majority of U.S. Arabs Are Christian-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Member Services in Chicago Latino Congregations-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Mexican Ancestry among U.S. Catholics under Age 65-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Mixed Marriages More Common in South, West-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
More Catholics in 113th Congress-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
A More Religious Future for America-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
More Than Three-Quarters of Americans are Christian, Almost One-Fourth Are Catholic-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Most Americans Say They Are Christians-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Most Overestimate Religious Diversity of the United States-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Muslim Numbers May Equal Christians by 2050-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Nation’s Race and Ethnicity in 2011-Vol 18, Nov 3-Winter ‘13
NCC Yearbook Reports Catholic Increase-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
New Tool to Chart Intersection of Religion and Politics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
New U.S. Church Membership Comparisons-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘97
New U.S. Membership Data for Catholic Church and Other Religious Bodies-Vol. 1, No. 5 Spring ‘96
One-Third of World Population Is Christian-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Orthodox Priesthood Includes Former Catholics-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Presidents of Catholic and Non-Catholic Colleges-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Protestant Percentage of U.S. Population Dropping” Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
A Quarter of Americans Overall Belong to No Faith Group-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Religious Change in Brazil-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Religious Fluidity Key to Understanding U.S. Religious Scene-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Identification of U.S. Adult Hispanics-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Religious Identity among Children of Divorce-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religious Identity Stable in High School; Participation Declines-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Religious Preferences for the U.S.-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Seven in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify as Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Ten Largest U.S. Religious Bodies in 2012-Vol 18, No 1-Fall ‘12
Thirty Percent of Members of Congress Are Catholic-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Three in Ten U.S. Catholics Have Ever Been Divorced-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Three-Quarters of Americans Say They Are Christians-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Top Fifteen U.S. Religious Bodies-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Tracing the Socio-Economic Status of U.S. Catholics-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Unchurched in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Update on U.S. Orthodox Christian Churches-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
U.S. Catholic Adult Population by Country of Birth, 2011-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
The U.S. Catholic Church Is Not in Decline-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Catholics High in Racial/Ethnic Diversity Rating-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Catholics Increasing, Shifting from Northeast to Southwest-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
U.S. Church Membership-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
U.S. Embrace of Religion Exceptional Among Developed Nations-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
United States May No Longer Be a Majority-Protestant Nation-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
U.S. Religious Makeup Shifting With Immigrant Tide-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
U.S. Population Increasingly Diverse Since 1990-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Vatican Yearbook Documents Church‘s Southward Shift-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
When Two Faiths Wed-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
World Catholic Population Tripled from 1910 to 2010-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
Worldwide Catholic Population Increased 1.5 Percent-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07

DEACON FORMATION AND DEMOGRAPHICS

78 Percent of Permanent Deacons Active in Ministry-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Aspirants On Increase in Diaconate Formation Programs-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Catholics Increase by 15 Million Worldwide; Priests and Deacons Also Increase-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Continued Growth in the Permanent Diaconate-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Deacon Candidates Increase-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Deacon Formation Continues to Grow-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Deacon Formation Continues to Grow-Vol 6, No 4 -Spring ‘01
Deacons and Candidates Continue Growth-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Deacon Candidates Decrease, Aspirants Increase-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Growth in Diaconate Formation Programs, Candidates-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Eight in Ten U.S. Permanent Deacons in Active Ministry-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
The ‘Emerging’ Permanent Deacon-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
More Than 2,100 Prepare for Permanent Diaconate-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Number of Deacon Candidates Continues to Increase-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Number of Permanent Deacons and Candidates Continues to Grow-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Number of U.S. Permanent Deacons Continues to Increase-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Numbers of Catholics and Deacons Up, Priests and Religious Down-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
One- and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Permanent Deacon Candidates Down 8 Percent-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Permanent Deacons in Active Service in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Permanent Deacon Totals Continue to Grow-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Permanent Diaconate Continues to Grow-Vol 18, No 1, Summer ‘12
The Permanent Diaconate Thrives-Vol. 3, No. 2 -Fall ‘97
Portrait of People Serving U.S. Catholic Parishes-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
U.S. Now Has Forty-Five Percent of World’s Permanent Deacons-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
U.S. Has 16,500 Deacons, 82 Percent in Active Ministry-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11 Worldwide Increase in Catholic Population, Deacons, Priests, and Bishops-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11

DEACON LIFE AND MINISTRY

Deacons, Church Leaders, Rate Diaconate a Success-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Despite Successes, Questions Exist About Role, Utility of Diaconate-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Ministry and Satisfaction of Permanent Deacons Examined-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
More Than Three in Four Permanent Deacons in Active Ministry-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
New Book Explores Parishes Entrusted to Married Men-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
New Reality: Wives of Men Administering Catholic Parishes-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Survey of African American Deacons Reveals High Comfort Level with Both Ministry and Themselves-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97

DIOCESAN ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Active Diocesan Priests Continue Decline in Next 25 Years-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Active U.S. Bishops Now Fewer, Older, and Likely from Elsewhere-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Archdiocesan Study Evaluates Cardinal’s Ministry and Priorities-Vol 10, No 1-Summer -04
Average Diocesan Annual Appeal Collection Rebounds-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Best Practices in Parish Stewardship-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Bishops’ Approval Rating Rises-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Can Catholic Leaders Learn from Protestant Megachurches-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Careers of Active U.S. Bishops-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
CARA Summarizes Reactions to Reports of Clergy Sex Abuse-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Catholic Pastors Older than Their Protestant Counterparts-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Population Moves, Leaving Parishes Behind-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics in Underserved Rural Areas-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Characteristics of Clergy Sex Abusers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Church Ministry Performance Management-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ⁼11
Circulation Up in Diocesan Publications-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Decline in Clergy Sex Abuse Is Real-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Detroit Archdiocese Examines Priests’Attitudes Toward Change-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Diocesan Experiences in Parish Restructuring-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Diocesan Offertory Collections Increase 9 Percent-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Diocesan Planning for Parish Reorganization-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Diocesan Reorganization Raises New Questions-Vol. 1, No 4-Winter ‘96
Diocesan Salaries Compared-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Diocesan Salaries Compared-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Diocesan Salary Survey Released-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Diocesan Structure and Catholic Population Totals-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Diocesan Study Provides Widely-Applicable Insights-Vol. 3, No. 4 -Spring ‘98
Dioceses and Parishes Making More Use of Pastoral Councils-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Dioceses with Most Priestly Ordinations During Four Years 2000-2003-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Directors Encourage ‘Time, Talent, Treasure’-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Easing the Impact of Parish Reorganization-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Economy Affects Religious Giving-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Exploring Differences in Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Facts about Finances in Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Fewer Parishes Being Entrusted to Someone Other Than a Priest-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Financial Management in Dioceses and Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Forty Years of Change in Diocesan Organization-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Fourteen Percent of U.S. Parishes Reorganized between 1995 and 2000-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Glenmary Highlights Southern Mission Need-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Growing Catholic Presence in New Media-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Hispanic/Latino Population by Diocese-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
History, Theology, and Operation of Parish Pastoral Councils-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Home Missions Dioceses May be Model for Church-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
How Pastors Spend Their Time-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Insights into Congregational Leadership-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
International Priests and the Priest Shortage in the United States-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
John Paul II Bishops Older, Less Geographically Diverse-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Mary, Queen of Parishes-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Mass-Attending Catholics Seek Greater Accountability-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Models of Organizational Leadership in a Diocese- Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
More Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
More Women Serve as Diocesan Chancellors-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Most Catholics Unaware of Church Actions to Prevent Abuse of Minors-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Most U.S. Dioceses Have at Least One “Personal Parish”-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Multiple-Parish Ministry-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
NACPA Reports Salaries of Diocesan Workers-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Nearly 6,000 International Priests Serving in U.S. since 1985-Vol 11, No 1-Summer –
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Continue to Decline-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Drop Again-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
New Books about Pastoral Leadership-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Offertory Rose in 2002, As Diocesan Annual Appeal Declined-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Overall Priests’ Compensation Increased since 2002-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Parish Councils Evaluate Parish Restructuring-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parish Stewardship Outcomes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Parish Restructuring Tips-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Parish Websites Not Achieving Full Potential-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Parishes Now Outnumber Active Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Parishes Without a Resident Priest Pastor Increase-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Parishioner Composition Over 25 Years-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Parishioners Less Likely than Leaders to Support Larger Parishes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Parishioners Want More Openness in Church Financial Reporting-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Planning Process Identifies Parishioner Concerns-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Priests‘ Compensation Compared-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Recession‘s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Regional Shifts in the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Regular Mass Attenders Rate Church’s Financial Accountability-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Retirement among Diocesan Priests-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Salaries Similar among Catholic and Protestant Lay Ministers-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Salaries Up, Total Compensation Down for Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Salvadorans an Increasing Presence in Six Dioceses-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Standards for Parish Excellence-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
State Catholic Conferences in a Secular World-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
State Catholic Conferences Promote Church’s Role in the Public Life-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Stewardship’s Effectiveness at the Parish Level-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Study of Health Care and Support of Retired Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Suggestions for Parish Renewal-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Ten Most Catholic Dioceses in the United States-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Tips for Parish Pastoral Councils and Finance Councils-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Trends among American Donors-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Trends in Global Catholicism-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Two-Thirds of Diocesan School Superintendents Now Lay-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Two-Thirds of U.S. Parishes Have Paid Lay Ministers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
U.S. Catholic Parishes Grow in Size and Diversity-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
U.S. Catholic Population Increases 1.5 Percent in 2008; Total Number of Parishes Declines-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘08
U.S. Catholics Have Improved View of Bishops-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Use of Social Media for Religion-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Why People Leave the Church and Why They Return-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15

DIOCESAN MINISTRIES

A Comprehensive Look at the Present and Future of U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
A New Teaching Model for Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
All about Catholic High Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Almost 17,500 in Formation for Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 18, No 1, Summer ‘12
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Archdiocesan Study Evaluates Cardinal’s Ministry and Priorities-Vol 10, No 1-Summer -04
Awakening the Faithful-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Brooklyn The Tablet Readers Surveyed-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Building Strong Church Communities-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ’12
Catholic Charities Clients Increased by 10.2 Percent in 2008-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Charities Clients Increase Seven Percent in 2006-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic Charities USA Celebrates Centennial-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic High Schools Average 554 Students; Tuition $9,600-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollment Declines as Inner-City School Closings Continue-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic School Enrollment Down Slightly-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic School Enrollments Decline in Some Areas, Waiting Lists in Others-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic School Enrollment Declines 22 Percent in a Decade-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Schools and Student Enrollment-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Youth Ministry in One Archdiocese-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
“Christmas and Easter” Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Church Ministy Performance Management-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Diocese of Rockford Measuring Parish Characteristics-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Diocesan Directors Assess Catechetical Ministry-Vol. 5, No. 2 -Fall ‘99
Diocesan Leadership in Hispanic Ministry-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Diocesan Stewardship and Development Offices Profiled-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Diocesan Stewardship Surveys Released by National Council-Vol 2, No 2-Fall ‘96
Diocesan Youth Directors Enthusiastic, Committed- Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Ecclessial Status of Today‘s Catholic Educational Leaders-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
The Emerging U.S. Catholic Church-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Financing and Governing Catholic High Schools-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Growing Catholic Presence in New Media-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Hurricanes Affected Catholic Charity USA’s Client Services-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
The Impact of Catholic Housing-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Improving Ministry in Multicultural and National/Ethnic Parishes-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Insights into Congregational Leadership-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Laity Assesses Challenges Facing Church-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Latinos Transforming the U.S. Catholic Church, and How the Church Is Transforming Them-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lay Ecclesial Ministers Essential to Parish Life-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Cut Back-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Profiled-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Black Catholics-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Ministry to Gay and Lesbian People and Their Families-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Most U.S. Dioceses Have at Least One ‘Personal Parish’-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Multiple-Parish Ministry-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
News About Readers of Diocesan Newspapers-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Number of Deacon Candidates Continues to Increase-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
One-Quarter of Adult Catholics Read Diocesan Newspapers-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Report Finds Poverty in America on the Increase-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Permanent Deacons in Active Service in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Profiles of Catechetical Leaders at Parish and Diocesan Levels-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Saving Urban Catholic Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Sister Churches: An Increasing U.S. Christian Phenomenon-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Survey Profiles Diocesan Directors of Hispanic Ministry-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
U.S. Catholics Have Improved View of Bishops-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Where Will Your Final Resting Place Be?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Has Lasting Effect for Adults-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03

LAY MINISTRY FORMATION AND DEMOGRAPHICS

Almost 17,500 in Formation for Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 18, No 1, Summer ‘12
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Building Strong Church Communities-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ’12
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Catholic Volunteers ‘Transformed’ by Year of Service-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Changing Face of U.S. Missioners-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Characteristics of Latino Lay Ministers-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Distance Learning Programs in Lay Ministry-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
EPS Formation Empowers Graduates to Serve-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘02
Enrollment in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Tops 35,000-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Enrollments in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Decrease-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Experiences of Former Religious Inform Today’s Lay Ministry-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Formation Enrollments Reflect the Latino Population-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Funding for Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
How Pastors Spend Their Time-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
IVC Service Affects Faith, Spirituality, and Attitudes Toward Social Justice-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Lay Ecclesial Ministers Essential to Parish Life-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Lay Ecclesial Ministry Enrollments Increase by 3 Percent-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Down Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Lay Leadership in Latino Catholic Parishes in Chicago-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Lay Ministers’ Spiritual Preparation for Pastoral Work-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Lay Ministry Continues to Expand-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Lay Ministry Formation Expands-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Lay Ministry Formation Numbers Show Another Increase-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Cut Back-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Profilied-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Lay Ministry Formation Trends Continue-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Lay Ministry Formation Up by 14 Percent-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Lay Ministry Programs Continue to Gro-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Lay Parish Ministers are Increasing-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Lay Presidents Increasing in Catholic Colleges-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
More Than 10,000 Lay Missioners Serving in U.S. and Overseas-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
More Than 20,000 in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
New Generations of Catholic Sisters-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Number of Lay Ministry Students Doubles in Decade-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Parish Life Coordinators and the Parishes they Serve-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Portrait of People Serving U.S. Catholic Parishes-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Some Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Reorganizing-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
The Spiritual Formation of Lay Ecclesial Ministers-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Theology of the Priesthood of the Baptized-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Two-Thirds of Diocesan School Superintendents Now Lay-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Two-Thirds of U.S. Parishes Have Paid Lay Ministers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
U.S. Missioners: More Laity, Greater Focus on North America-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
6,000 Studying in Lay Ministry Programs-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95

LAY MINISTRY STATUS AND ACTIVITIES

Anointing of the Sick Increasingly Unavailable-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Bishops’ Project Leads to Recommendations on Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol. 5, No. 3- Winter ‘00
Diocesan Salaries Compared-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Experiences of Former Religious Inform Today’s Lay Ministry-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Fewer Parishes Being Entrusted to Someone Other Than a Priest-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Generation X Open to Serving-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
Home Missions Dioceses May be Model for Church-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Improving Ministry in Multicultural and National/Ethnic Parishes-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Celebrates 50th Anniversary” Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Lay Catholics Leading Parishes-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Lay Leaders of Catholic Colleges and Universities-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Lay Ministers Involved in Leading Prayer-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Lay Ministers Urge Cooperation, Respect-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
The Ministry and Experience of Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
More Laity are Parish Business Administrators-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
More Than 10,000 Lay Missioners Serving in U.S. and Overseas-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
More Women Serve as Diocesan Chancellors-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Multiple-Parish Ministry-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Music Ministers and Parishioners Rate Parish Singing-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
New Book Explores Parishes Entrusted to Married Men-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
New Reality: Wives of Men Administering Catholic Parishes-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
New Roles for Women in the Church-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Parish Life Coordinators and the Parishes they Serve-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parishes Without a Resident Priest Pastor Increase-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Parishioners, Pastors Support Lay Preaching-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Pastoral Lay Ministry Increasing in Numbers, Institutionalization, Says Recent Study-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Record Numbers Reported by Catholic Volunteer Network-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Profile of Ecclesial Lay Ministers-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Salaries Similar among Catholic and Protestant Lay Ministers-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Skills Required for Success in Parish Ministry-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Survey Finds Diocesan Hiring Policies in Flux-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Surveys Begin Project Funded by Lilly Endowment-Vol. 2, No. 3 -Winter ‘97
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Two-Thirds of Diocesan School Superintendents Now Lay-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Two-Thirds of U.S. Parishes Have Paid Lay Ministers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Women in Diocesan Leadership Positions-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Youth Ministry As a Profession-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Youth Ministry Programs in Rural Midwest Compared-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05

LITURGICAL AND SACRAMENTAL MATTERS

Adults Entering the Catholic Church through RCIA-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Almost Two-Thirds of Catholics Have No Opinion on Latin Mass-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Anointing of the Sick Increasingly Unavailable-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Annulments Sought, Granted More in U.S. Than Elsewhere-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Attend Mass Weekly by Marital Status-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic Attitudes toward the Sacraments-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Attitudes toward Sacramental Marriage-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Baptisms Continue to Decline-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic Identity Persists, Even in Catholic/Non-Catholic Marriages-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
“Christmas and Easter” Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Declining Proportion of Baptisms a Cause for Concern-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Differing Opinions in New Mass Translations-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Effects of RCIA in a Southern Mission Diocese-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Estimates of Weekly Mass Attendance Vary Widely-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
How Pastors Spend Their Time-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Interfaith Marriage among Catholics-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Just Over Half of U.S. Adults Married-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Lay Ministers Involved in Leading Prayer-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Learning from “Former Catholics”-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lenten Practices-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Mass Times for Travellers-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Mixed Marriages More Common in South, West-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Most Catholics Accept New Mass Translations-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Most U.S. Catholics Support Gay Marriage, but Church Perceived as Unfriendly to LGBT People-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Parishioners, Pastors Support Lay Preaching-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
RCIA Has Potential to Renew Church in the United States-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Recession‘s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Religious Identity Affects Views on Marriage and Family-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
RENEW 2000 Builds Communities for 21st Century-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Seminary Preparation for High Quality Liturgy-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Some Catholics Also Attend Services of Other Religions-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Strong Feelings About Tabernacle Placement-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Study Calls for High Quality, Scripture-Based Preaching-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Study: 26.7 Percent of Catholics Attend Mass Each Week-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Surveys Uncover Widespread Confusion About Communion-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Three in Ten U.S. Catholics Have Ever Been Divorced-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Turning a Good Parish into a Great Parish-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
U.S. Catholic Population Rises, Sacramental Marriages Decline-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
U.S. Catholics Agree with Vatican on Social Forms of Sin-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
What They’re Singing-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Where Will Your Final Resting Place Be?-Vol 21, No 4, Spring ‘16

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY

American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Annual Report of Trends in Marriage and Family-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Attitudes Concerning Marriage Annulment-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Background Characteristics Related to Risk of Divorce-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Benefits for Teens in Religiously Involved Families-Vol 9, No 1-Spring ‘03
Catholic Attitudes Concerning Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Catholic Attitudes toward Same-Sex Issues-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Attitudes toward Sacramental Marriage-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Church Encourages Support for Lifelong Marriage”  Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Catholic Engaged Encounter Benefits Couples in First Year-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Catholic Engaged Encounter Renewal Study Finds Strengths, Catholic Identity Persists, Even in Catholic/Non-Catholic Marriages-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Challenges-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Catholic Engaged Encounter Weekend a Positive Experience for Engaged Couples-Vol. 5, No. 2 -Fall ‘99
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholics among Least Likely to Divorce-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Catholics Less Likely than Protestants to Divorce-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Couples Find Marriage Preparation Programs Valuable-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Divorce, Remarriage Affect Catholics’ Identity, Participation-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Family Religiosity Important to Latino School Success-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Family Religious Involvement Improves Parental Relationships-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Fewer Americans Consider Children “Very Important”-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Finding Balance a Problem for Newly-Married Couples-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Foreign-Born Hispanics More Socially Conservative-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Interchurch Couples Need More Church Attention-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
Interfaith Marriage Related to Catholic Percentage-Vol. 4, No. 2 -Fall ‘98
Jesuit Volunteer Service and Marital Stability-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Just Over Half of U.S. Adults Married-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Love Thy Neighbor: Interfaith Marriages by Catholics-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Marriage and Millennial Catholics-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Marriage Important to College Women, Undermined by Campus Lifestyle-Vol 7, No 4-Spring‘02
Ministry to Gay and Lesbian People and Their Families-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Mixed Marriages More Common in North America and Oceania-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
More Catholics Marrying Outside the Church-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
Most Americans Agree with Pope on Controversial Issues-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Most Americans Oppose Same-Sex Marriage-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Most U.S. Catholics Support Gay Marriage, but Church Perceived as Unfriendly to LGBT People-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Most Young Adult Catholics Likely to Marry-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Parish-Level Religious Differences Affect Public Political Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
Study Finds Catholic Family Differences Disappearing-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
Religious Identity among Children of Divorce-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Religiosity Linked to Views on the Family-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Something about the Name Mary?-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Three in Ten U.S. Catholics Have Ever Been Divorced-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
U.S. Catholics Accepting of Non-Traditional Families-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
What Teenagers Expect Out of Early Adulthood-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Whatever Happened to Saints’ Names?-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
When Two Faiths Wed-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13

MASS ATTENDANCE

Attend Mass Weekly by Marital Status-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Catholic Schooling Boosts Weekly Mass Attendance Across Generations-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Divorce, Remarriage Affect Catholics’ Identity, Participation-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Finding Balance a Problem for Newly-Married Couples-Vol 6, No 4-Spring -01
Is Mass Attendance Declining?-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Mass Attendance Steady Over Last Five Years-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Mass Attenders in U.S. and Australia Compared-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
New Perspectives on Weekly Mass Attendance-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Study: 26.7 Percent of Catholics Attend Mass Each Week-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
What Percent of U.S. Catholics Attend Mass?-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97

MINISTERS FROM PARTICULAR ETHNIC/RACIAL GROUPS

A Comprehensive Look at the Present and Future of U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
African American Catholics Engaged in Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘11
Asian Catholics Seek Recognition and Leadership-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Black Catholic Ministry Today-Vol 11, No 1-Summer’05
Candidates for Religious Life Reflect New Diversity-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Characteristics of Latino Lay Ministers-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Continued Growth in the Permanent Diaconate-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Encouraging Hispanic Vocations-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Formation Enrollments Reflect the Latino Population-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Hispanic Catholic Leadership Development-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
International Priests and the Priest Shortage in the United States-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Irish-Born Priests Struggle with Culture, Identity-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Latinos Transforming the U.S. Catholic Church, and How the Church Is Transforming Them-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12 ,br> Lay Leadership in Latino Catholic Parishes in Chicago-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Cut Back-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Black Catholics-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Nearly 6,000 International Priests Serving in U.S. since 1985-Vol 11, No 1-Summer –
Need Cited for Hispanic Ministers in U.S. Church-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
New Generations of Catholic Sisters-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
New Priests More Foreign Born, Better Educated, Slightly Older-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
New U.S. Priests More Diverse-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
Number of Deacon Candidates Continues to Increase-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Survey of African American Deacons Reveals High Comfort Level with Both Ministry and Themselves-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Survey Profiles African American Priests and Seminarians-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Study of African American Sisters Explores Anxiety and Depression.-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Survey Profiles Diocesan Directors of Hispanic Ministry-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
U.S. Catholic Adult Population by Country of Birth, 2011-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Women and Men Entering Religious Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Women Religious Professing Perpetual Vows-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Youth Ministers and Programs for Hispanic Youth-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05

MINISTRY TO PARTICULAR ETHNIC/RACIAL GROUPS

A Comprehensive Look at the Present and Future of U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
A Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Inner Life of Priests-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
About Their Futures-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
African American Catholics Engaged in Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
African Americans Tend to Stay Catholic-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Asian Catholics Seek Recognition and Leadership-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Black Catholics Favor Traditional Devotions-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Black Catholics in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Black Catholics Reject Separatism-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Black Catholic Ministry Today-Vol 11, No 1-Summer’05
Black Parishes Lead in Social Services and Social Action-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic College Education for Undocumented Students-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Parishes Diverse, Maintain Social Distance-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Catholics Are Largest Religious Group Among New Immigrants-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Churches Help Integrate Mexican Immigrants-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Contrasting Latino Communities in the United States-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Declining Percent of U.S. Hispanics Say They are Catholic-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Demographic Changes to Impact Church in Europe and USA-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Diocesan Leadership in Hispanic Ministry-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Ecumenical Conference on Latino Ministry Urges Collaboration-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Facts About Hispanics/Latinos in the United States-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Family Religiosity Important to Latino School Success-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Foreign-Born Hispanics More Socially Conservative-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Goal Is a Million Latino Students in Catholic Schools by 2020-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Good News: Minority and Low-Income Children in Catholic Schools Are . . . More Hopeful
Good News: Minority and Low-Income Children in Catholic Schools Are . . . Served Better at Half the Cost of Public Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Greater Ethnic Mix of Those Choosing Consecrated Life-Vol 3, No 4-Spring ‘98
Hispanic Catholic Leadership Development-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Hispanic Catholics an Important Presence in Los Angeles-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Hispanic Catholics and Protestants Similar in Traditional Social Attitudes-Vol 7, No 4-Spring’02
Hispanic Catholics in U.S. Satisfied with Parish Life-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Hispanic Parish Ministry with a Heart-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Hispanic Ministry Progress Noted.-Vol. 5, No. 2 -Fall ‘99
Hispanic Voice in Religious and Public Life-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Hispanic Young People Have Unique Needs-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Hispanic/Latino Faith Strong, Diverse-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Hispanic/Latino Population by Diocese-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Hispanics Create New Demands, Opportunities for U.S. Church-Vol. 4, No. 3 -Winter ‘99
Hispanics Raised Catholic More Likely to Keep Their Faith-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Hispanics Transforming U.S. Religion-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Hispanics under Age 40 Outnumber Other U.S. Catholic Groups-Vol 19, No. 1-Summer ‘13
Hispanics Will Soon Comprise More Than Half of U.S. Catholic Teens-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
How Different U.S. Religious Groups View Immigration-Vol 19 No 3-Winter ‘14
Identifying U.S. Hispanic Catholics-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Improving Ministry in Multicultural and National/Ethnic Parishes-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Increased Diversity of Black Catholics Presents Challenges-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Latino Catholics and Protestants Compared-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Latino Catholics Willing To Vote For Pro-Choice Candidates-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Latino Christian Faith Communities Growing in Number and Diversity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Latinos As a Proportion of Catholics in the U.S. and Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Latinos Transforming the U.S. Catholic Church, and How the Church Is Transforming Them-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lay Leadership in Latino Catholic Parishes in Chicago-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Link Found Between U.S. Hispanic/Latino Religious Affiliation and Abortion Attitudes-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Little Evidence of Switching Among Hispanic Catholics-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Majority of Immigrants Are Christians-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Black Catholics-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Member Services in Chicago Latino Congregations-Vol l9, No 3-Winter ‘14
Mexican Ancestry among U.S. Catholics under Age 65-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Ministry to Native Americans-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
More Than a Quarter of Young Adult Catholics in the U.S. Self-Identify As Hispanic-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
More Than Half of U.S. Catholic Teens Will Soon Be Hispanic-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
More Women But Fewer Hispanics in Catholic Colleges-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Nationality and Language Are Important Elements of Latino Identity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Need Cited for Hispanic Ministers in U.S. Church-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
One-Third of Californians Will Be Catholic by 2025-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
People of Faith Support Immigration Reform-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Percent of Hispanics Who Identify as Catholic-Vol  7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Progress in Hispanic Educational Attainment-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Proportion of U.S. Latino Catholics Declines from 1990-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Racial Mix in Catholic Schools Criticized-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Regional Shifts in the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Religiosity among U.S. Hispanics-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Religious Identification of U.S. Adult Hispanics-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Religious Identity Stable in High School; Participation Declines-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Religious Life of Today’s Immigrants-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Salvadorans an Increasing Presence in Six Dioceses-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Seven in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify as Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Sisters Promote Community Diversity and Immigration Reform-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Six in Ten U.S. Hispanics Self-Identify As Catholics-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Survey Studies Pastoral Challenge of the New Immigrants-Vol. 3, No. 2 -Fall ‘97
U.S. Catholic Adult Population by Country of Birth, 2011-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
U.S. Catholics High in Racial/Ethnic Diversity Rating-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
U.S. Hispanic Births Outpace Gains Through Immigration-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
U.S. Religious Makeup Shifting With Immigrant Tide-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
U.S. Missioners: More Laity, Greater Focus on North America-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
U.S. Missioners Serve in U.S. and Foreign Countries-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Women and Men Religious Seek to Improve Ministry to Immigrants-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Youth Ministers and Programs for Hispanic Youth-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05

PARISH LIFE AND MINISTRY

About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Active Diocesan Priests Continue Decline in Next 25 Years-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Administration of Parishes without a Resident Pastor-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Adult Faith Formation Popular in Most U.S. Parishes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Adults Entering the Catholic Church through RCIA- Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
African American Catholics Engaged in Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Almost Two-Thirds of Catholics Have No Opinion on Latin Mass-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Americans Less Religious; Churchgoers Remain Observant-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Attend Mass Weekly by Marital Status-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Awakening the Faithful-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Best Practices in Ministry to Gay and Lesbian Catholics-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Best Practices in Parish Stewardship-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
A Bishop‘s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Bringing Young Adults into the Full Life of the Church-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Building Strong Church Communities-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ’12
Can Catholic Leaders Learn from Protestant Megachurches?-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic Attitudes toward the Sacraments-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Clergy Pay Low in Compensation Study-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Parishes Diverse, Maintain Social Distance-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Catholic Parishes, Protestant Congregations Compared-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholic Pastors Older Than Their Protestant Counterparts-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Population Moves, Leaving Parishes Behind-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollments Decline in Some Areas, Waiting Lists in Others-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic Schools and Student Enrollment-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Schooling Boosts Weekly Mass Attendance Across Generations-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholics in Underserved Rural Areas-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholics’ Mass Attendance Continues Decline-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Catholics Rate Parish Vitality-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
“Christmas and Easter” Catholics-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Church Attendance an International Concern-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Church Ministry Performance Management-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Congregational Engagement-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Creating Effective Parish Councils-Vol. 7, No. 4-Spring ‘02
Despite Declines in Participation, Religious Organizations Serve Wider Public-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Diocesan Experiences in Parish Restructuring-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Diocesan Planning for Parish Reorganization-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Dioceses and Parishes Making More Use of Pastoral Councils-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
During Past 20 Years One-Fifth of Parishes Produced Three or More Priestly Vocations, While Two-Fifths Produced None-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Economy Affects Religious Giving-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Eight in Ten U.S. Permanent Deacons in Active Ministry-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
‘Emerging Adults’ Present Significant Religious Challenges-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
The ‘Emerging’ Permanent Deacon-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
The Emerging U.S. Catholic Church-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Emphasis on Mission and Vision Key to Parish Giving-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Estimates of Weekly Mass Attendance Vary Widely-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Experiences, Rewards of Pastors in Clustered Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Fewer Catholics Participating in Reconciliation-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Fewer Parishes Being Entrusted to Someone Other Than a Priest-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Financial Benefit to Larger Catholic Parishes-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Financial Management in Dioceses and Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Focus on Pastoral Management-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Four Keys To Successful Parish Management-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Glenmary Highlights Southern Mission Need-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Growing Catholic Presence in New Media-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Hispanic Catholics in U.S. Satisfied with Parish Life-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Hispanic Parish Ministry with a Heart-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
History, Theology, and Operation of Parish Pastoral Councils-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Home Missions Dioceses May be Model for Church-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
How Pastors Shape Excellent Congregations-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
How Pastors Spend Their Time-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Improving Ministry in Multicultural and National/Ethnic Parishes-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Insights into Congregational Leadership-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Laity Assesses Challenges Facing Church-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Latino Christian Faith Communities Growing in Number and Diversity-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Lay Catholics Leading Parishes-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Lay Ecclesial Ministers Essential to Parish Life-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Lay Ministers Involved in Leading Prayer-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Learning from ‘Former Catholics’-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Mary, Queen of Parishes-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Mass Attendance: It Depends How You Ask the Question-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Mass Attenders in U.S. and Australia Compared-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Mass-Attending Catholics Seek Greater Accountability-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Member Services in Chicago Latino Congregations-Vol l9, No 3-Winter ‘14
The Ministry and Experience of Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Ministry to Gay and Lesbian People and Their Families-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
More on Pastors’ Ratings-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
More Than 150,000 New Catholics Entered at Easter-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Most Catholics Accept New Mass Translations-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Most Catholics Unaware of Church Actions to Prevent Abuse of Minors-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Most U.S. Dioceses Have at Least One ‘Personal Parish’-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Music Ministers and Parishioners Rate Parish Singing-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Multiple-Parish Ministry- Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Drop Again-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
New Book about Pastoral Leadership-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
New Book Explores Parishes Entrusted to Married Men-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
New Reality: Wives of Men Administering Catholic Parishes-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Offertory Rose in 2002, As Diocesan Annual Appeal Declined-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
‘On Eagle’s Wings’ on Top in Catholic Music Survey-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Organizations Call for Strengthening U.S. Hispanic Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Parish-Level Religious Differences Affect Public Political Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring’14
Parish Administration Tips-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Parish Councils Evaluate Parish Restructuring-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parish Finances Not in Crisis, But Schools Are an Issue-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Parish Life Coordinators and the Parishes they Serve-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parish Life Today Compared with Early 1980s-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Parish Planning Book Wins Catholic Press Association Award-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Parish Renewal Key to Catholic Future-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Parish Restructuring Tips-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Parish Reorganizations Affect Mass Attendance, Giving-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Parish Satisfaction in Urban Congregations-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Parish Shopping and Hopping Among U.S. Catholics-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Parish Social Ministry Book Unites Theory and Practice-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Parish Stewardship Outcomes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Parish Support of Catholic Schools”  Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parish Websites Not Achieving Full Potential-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Parishes Active in Community Service-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Parishes Compared to Other U.S. Religious Congregations-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Parishes Most Active in Service Are Also Most Spiritually Active-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Parishes Now Outnumber Active Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Parishes Without a Resident Priest Pastor Increase-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Parishes Without Resident Priest Pastors Contribute to Priest Burnout-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02 and Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Parishioner Composition Over 25 Years-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Parishioners Less Likely than Leaders to Support Larger Parishes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Parishioners, Pastors Support Lay Preaching-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Parishioners Prefer Familiar Songs That Are Easy to Sing-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Parishioners’ Views on Pastoral Excellence- Vol 11, No 1, Summer ‘05
Parishioners Want More Openness in Church Financial Reporting-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Passing On the Faith-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Pastors’ Influence on Attitudes About Capital Punishment-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Pastors’ Views on Parish Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Perceptions of Church Functions Differ-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Portrait of People Serving U.S. Catholic Parishes-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Priests’ Spirituality Key to Pastoral Excellence-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Priorities, Recruitment Issues in Parish-Based Women’s Groups-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Recently Ordained Priests Becoming Pastors Sooner-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Recession‘s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Religious Affiliation by Age-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Salaries Similar among Catholic and Protestant Lay Ministers-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Seminary Preparation for High Quality Liturgy-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Shared Values Key to Successful Parish-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Sister Churches: An Increasing U.S. Christian Phenomenon-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Skills Required for Success in Parish Ministry-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Social Ministry in Affluent Churches-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Standards for Parish Excellence-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Stewardship As the Basis for a Thriving Parish-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Stewardship Message Works Across Generations-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Stewardship’s Effectiveness at the Parish Level-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Suggestions for Parish Renewal-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Regional Shifts in the U.S. Catholic Population-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Tips for Parish Pastoral Councils and Finance Councils-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Today’s Catholics Different from Earlier Generations, but No Less Religious-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Turning a Good Parish into a Great Parish-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Two-Thirds of U.S. Parishes Have Paid Lay Ministers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
U.S.-Australian Comparison of Parish Life-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
U.S. Catholic Parishes Grow in Size and Diversity-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
U.S. Catholic Population Increases 1.5 Percent in 2008; Total Number of Parishes Declines-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
U.S. Catholics Accepting of Non-Traditional Families-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
U.S. Christian Giving Described as ‘Ungenerous’-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
U.S. Has Many Culturally Diverse Parishes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
U.S. Parishes Partner With Parishes in Latin America-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Use of Social Media for Religion-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Volunteers: Key to Making Parish Ends Meet-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
What Do People Expect from a Cathedral?-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Where Will Your Final Resting Place Be?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why the Number of Unchurched Americans Continues to Increase-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Why Young Adults Stop Attending Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring
Wide Variance in Diocesan Policies on Pastor Assignment-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Young Adult Catholics Interested in Church Ministry- Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Has Lasting Effect for Adults-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03

PRIEST DEMOGRAPHICS

1998 Priestly Ordinations-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Active Diocesan Priests Continue Decline in Next 25 Years-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘11
Active U.S. Bishops Now Fewer, Older, and Likely from Elsewhere-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Annual Profile of Newly Ordained Priests-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Careers of Active U.S. Bishops-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Catholic Church is Only Principal U.S. Religious Body With Declining Number Of Clergy-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholic Pastors Older Than Their Protestant Counterparts-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholics Increase by 15 Million Worldwide; Priests and Deacons Also Increase-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winer ‘13
Characteristics of Active U.S. Bishops-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
College and Graduate-Level Seminary Students Up Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Comparative Rates of Ordinations Revealed in Study-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Dioceses with Most Priestly Ordinations During Four Years 2000-2003-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Directory Shows More Catholics, Fewer Priests, Sisters, and Brothers-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Experiences, Rewards of Pastors in Clustered Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Exploring Differences in Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Increases in Ordinations, Catholic Population During Past Year-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
International Priests and the Priest Shortage in the United States-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Is the Decline in Priestly Vocations Ending?-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Is There an Increase in Priestly Ordinations?-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
John Paul II Bishops Older, Less Geographically Diverse-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Largest Institutes of Religious Men-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Largest Religious Institutes of Men-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Nearly 6,000 International Priests Serving in U.S. since 1985-Vol 11, No 1-Summer -05
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Drop Again-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
New Priests Older, Better Educated, More Foreign-Born-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
New Priests More Foreign Born, Better Educated, Slightly Older-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
New Priests Reflect Greater Diversity-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
New Priests Are Older, More Diverse, Better Educated-Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
New Religious Younger, More Educated-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
New U.S. Priests Older and More Foreign-Born-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Newly Ordained Priests Average 35 Years Old-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Newly-Ordained Priests Explain Why Some Leave-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Newly Ordained Priests Younger than Last Year-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Number of Active Diocesan Priests in U.S. Declines-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Number of Active U.S. Diocesan Priests Expected to Decline 12 Percent by 2010-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Numbers of Catholics and Deacons Up, Priests and Religious Down-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Numbers of U.S. Priests Between 1960 and 1996-Vol. 3, No. 2-Fall ‘97
One- and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Ordinations to the Diocesan Priesthood Compared-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Ordinations to the Diocesan Priesthood Compared-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Orthodox Priesthood Includes Former Catholics-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Parishes Now Outnumber Active Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Priest Projections: Trend Line Down, But Some Dioceses to Increase by 2020-.Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Proportion of Foreign-Born Priests in U.S. Continues to Increase-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Recession’s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Retirement among Diocesan Priests-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Study of Health Care and Support of Retired Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Trends in Global Catholicism-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Trends in U.S. Religious Institutes of Men since 1970- Vol 21, No 3-Winter’16
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Worldwide Increases in Catholic Population, Priests, and Seminarians-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Worldwide Increase in Catholic Population, Deacons, Priests, and Bishops-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Young Adult U.S. Catholics See Few Priests Their Age-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Young Clergy Rare in Many Denominations-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01

PRIESTLY FORMATION

A Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Inner Life of Priests-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Annual Profile of Newly Ordained Priests-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Bishops Influence Priestly Vocations-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Candidates for Religious Life Seek Community Life, Communal Prayer, and Religious Habit-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
College and Graduate-Level Seminary Students Up Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Encouraging Hispanic Vocations-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Formation is a Life-Long Priority, Priests Say-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
High Percent of Assistant Pastors Were Altar Servers-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Is the Decline in Priestly Vocations Ending?-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Is There an Increase in Priestly Ordinations?-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
New Seminarians Bring Graces and Challenges-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring 00
New Priests More Foreign Born, Better Educated, Slightly Older-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
New Priests Reflect Increasing Diversity-Vol. 5, No. 1-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Newly Ordained Priests Average 35 Years Old-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Newly Ordained Priests Younger than Last Year-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Preparing New Priests to Manage Parish Finances-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Psychological Assessment of Candidates for Admission to Priestly Formation-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Seminary Enrollments Remain Steady-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Seminary Expert Evaluates Pre-Theology Programs-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Seminary Preparation for High Quality Liturgy-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Servant-Leader Model Less Appealing to Younger Priests-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Shifting Attitudes Toward Women Clergy-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Spirituality Central to Success in Today’s Priesthood”  Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Theologate Enrollments Dip Slightly During Year of Turmoil-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Theologate Enrollments Down Slightly; College Seminary Enrollments Increase -Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Theologate-Level Seminary Enrollments Down 4 Percent-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Theological Students Compared Across Denominations-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Theology of the Priesthood of the Baptized-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
U.S. Priests’ Morale Remains High-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
What Should Priests Know, and How Well Should They Know It?-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08

PRIESTLY LIFE AND MINISTRY

A Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Inner Life of Priests- Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
‘Active’ Catholics More Satisfied with Bishops’ Response to Scandal-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Active U.S. Bishops Now Fewer, Older, and Likely from Elsewhere-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Attitudes About Celibacy and Homosexuality Vary Among Priests-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Bishops Discuss Challenges of Fewer Priests-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
CARA Priest Poll 2001 Reveals Priests’ Lives and Issues-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Catholic and Protestant Clergy Compared-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholic and Protestant Clergy Salary Gap Rooted in Underlying
Philosophies-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Changing Face of U.S. Missioners-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Characteristics of Clergy Sex Abusers-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Chicago Priests Overworked, Dedicated-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Comparative Salaries of Senior Pastors-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Compared to Others, Clergy Are Most Satisfied with Work and Happiest in Life-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Comparing Catholic and Protestant Clergy–Results of a Time Use Survey-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
Decline in Clergy Sex Abuse Is Real-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Despite Increased Workload, Priests Still Satisfied With Lives-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Detroit Archdiocese Examines Priests’ Attitudes Toward Change-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Differences Between Priests Who Stay and Those Who Resign-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Ecumenical Study of Clergy ‘Breach of Trust’-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Experiences of Catholic, Orthodox Clergy Compared-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Experiences, Rewards of Pastors in Clustered Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring 2007
Faith, People, Give Life to Effective Priests-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
Favorite Authors of Catholic Priests-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Formation is a Life-Long Priority, Priests Say-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
How Pastors Spend Their Time-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Irish-Born Priests Struggle with Culture, Identity-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Jesuits Maintain Consistent Commitment to Education-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Ministry: Source of Stress and Satisfaction Among Clergy-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
More on Pastors’ Ratings-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Multiple-Parish Ministry-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Continue to Decline-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Drop Again-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Newly Ordained Priests Explain Why Some Leave-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Newly Ordained Priests Feel Mixture of Stress and Satisfaction-Vol 5, No 2-Fall ‘99
Overall Priests’ Compensation Increased since 2002-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Parishes Now Outnumber Active Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Parishes Without a Resident Priest Pastor Increase-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Parishes Without Resident Priest Pastors Contribute to Priest Burnout-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02 and Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Parishioners’ Views on Pastoral Excellence- Vol 11, No 1, Summer ‘05
Pastors’ Views on Parish Schools-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Perceptions of Clergy as Public Figures-Vol 10, No 3-Winter ‘05
Political and Religious Attitudes of U.S. Priests-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Priesthood Today and into the Future”  Vol. 11, No 1, Summer ‘05
Priests Are Happy-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Priests Satisfied With Ministry But Worry About Morale-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Priests Satisfied With Priestly Life, Concerned About Future-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Priests’ Compensation Compared-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Priests’ Compensation Shows Moderate But Steady Increase-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
Priests’ Satisfaction, Generational Differences Increasing-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Priests’ Spirituality Key to Pastoral Excellence-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Recently Ordained Priests Becoming Pastors Sooner-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Recession’s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Retirement among Diocesan Priests-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Salaries Up, Total Compensation Down for Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Schoenherr Argues for More Inclusive Clergy-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Servant-Leader Model Less Appealing to Younger Priests-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Skills Required for Success in Parish Ministry-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Spirituality Central to Success in Today’s Priesthood”  Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Study Examines Concerns of Older Priests-Vol. 3, No. 2-Fall ‘97
Study of Health Care and Support of Retired Diocesan Priests-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Survey Profiles African American Priests and Seminarians-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
U.S. Diocesan Priest Compensation-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
U.S. Priests’ Morale Remains High-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Wide Variance in Diocesan Policies on Pastor Assignment-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (CATECHETICAL MINISTRY)

A New Teaching Model for Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Action Research in the Service of Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Adults Entering the Catholic Church through RCIA-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Adult Faith Formation Popular in Most U.S. Parishes-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
All about Catholic High Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Americans Have Favorable Impression, Little Knowledge of Pope Benedict XVI-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Americans Show Low Level of Religious Knowledge-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Campus Ministry Has Positive, Lifelong Effect on Faith-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic High Schools Average 554 Students; Tuition $9,600-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Colleges Rated High by U.S. News & World Report-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic Faculty Concentration Influences Catholic Identity-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Catholic Faith Formation Through Lay Faculty-Vol. 2, No. 2 -Fall ‘96
Catholic Parents Key in Transmitting Faith to Children-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollment 2014-2015-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Catholic School Enrollments Decline in Some Areas, Waiting Lists in Others-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic School Enrollment Declines 22 Percent in a Decade-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Catholic School Enrollment Down Slightly-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic Schools and Student Enrollment-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Volunteers ‘Transformed’ by Year of Service-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Youth Lag Behind Other Christian Teenagers on Some Measures of Religion and Spirituality-Vol 11, No 2-Fall 2005
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Changing Ecclesiology among Religious Educators?-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Childhood Religion Central to Continued Adult Faith-Vol 15, No 2-Winter ‘09
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Creating and Maintaining Vibrant Catholic High Schools-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Diocesan Directors Assess Catechetical Ministry-Vol. 5, No. 2-Fall ‘99
Ecclesial Status of Today’s Catholic Education Leaders-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Enrollments in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Decrease-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Exploring the Catholic Identity of Catholic Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Facts about Finances in Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘13
Goal Is a Million Latino Students in Catholic Schools by 2020-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Frequently Requested Statistics on Catholic Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Keeping the ‘Catholic’ in Catholic Colleges and Universities-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Knowledge and Practice of Religious Education Students Studied-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
International Study of Bible Use Precedes Bishops’ Synod-Vol 14, No 1-Summer ‘08
Is Catholic College Worth the Price of Admission?-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Lay Presidents Increasing in Catholic Colleges-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
More Than 150,000 New Catholics Entered at Easter-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
New Evangelization in Practice-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Passing On the Faith-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Profiles of Catechetical Leaders at Parish and Diocesan Levels-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
Religious Benefits of Catholic School Education-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Religious Change during Adolescence-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Religious Development Begins At Home-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Religious Identity Stable in High School; Participation Declines-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Retention Rate in RCIA-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Students at Catholic Colleges Graduate Sooner-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Study Profiles Religion Teachers-Vol. 3, No. 3-Winter ‘98
Sustaining Urban Catholic Elementary Education-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Then and Now: Enrollment Trends in Catholic Schools and Parish-Based Religious Education-Vol 5. No. 2-Fall ‘99
Three Models of Catholic Higher Education-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Today’s Teens Less Engaged in Religion-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Training and Formation Crucial for Excellence in Catechesis-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
U.S. Catholic High Schools Average 525 Students-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16

RELIGIOUS GIVING AND STEWARDSHIP

A New Teaching Model for Catholic Schools-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Attitudes are Key in Church Giving and Receiving-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Average Diocesan Annual Appeal Collection Rebounds-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Baby Boomers Give Less to Religious and Secular Philanthropy-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Best Practices in Parish Stewardship-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Charities Clients Increased by 10.2 Percent in 2008-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Charities Clients Increase Seven Percent in 2006-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Catholic Charities Third Largest U.S. Nonprofit-Vol 10, No 2-Winter ‘05
Catholic Charities USA Celebrates Centennial-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Catholic College and University Endowments-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Catholic Giving and Volunteering Down in 1993-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Catholic High Schools Average 554 Students; Tuition $9,600-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Catholic Institutional Investors Mindful of Moral Concerns-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Catholic Parishes Compared to Other Congregations-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Catholics Call for Openness, Better Communication, Accountability-Vol 9,No 3-Winter ‘04
Catholics Pay the Bills-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Catholics’ Contributions Influenced by Personal Financial Concerns-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Charitable Giving Down, but Religious Giving Increases-Vol 15, No 1-Summer ‘09
Church Contributors Lead In Support To Private Charities-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Church Financial Accountability Still Important-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Church Giving Affected by Parish Size-Vol. 3, No. 2-Fall 1997
Church Giving Compared-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Could Church Charity Replace Federal Welfare?-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Despite Declines in Participation, Religious Organizations Serve Wider Public-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Diocesan Level Stewardship Surveys Released by National Council-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Diocesan Offertory Collections Increase 9 Percent-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Diocesan Stewardship and Development Offices Profiled-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Directors Encourage ‘Time, Talent, Treasure’-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Economy Affects Religious Giving-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Emphasis on Mission and Vision Key to Parish Giving-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Facts about Finances in Catholic Elementary Schools-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Facts on Volunteering from Some Recent CARA Studies-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Finance and Governance in Catholic High Schools-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Financial Aspects of Catholic High Schools-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Financial Benefit to Larger Catholic Parishes-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Financial Management in Dioceses and Parishes-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Financing Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
’The Francis Effect’ as a Boost to Catholic Giving-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Geography of Charity-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Giving to Churches Increased in 2003-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Increases in Catholic Population and Seminarians, Particularly in Africa- Vol 11, No 1-Summer ‘05
Increasing the Financial Stability of Catholic High Schools-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Independent Sector Study for 1996 Shows Catholics Give Less-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Mass-Attending Catholics Seek Greater Accountability-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Money Matters–Why Catholics Don’t Give and Ways to Address the Problem-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
Offertory Rose in 2002, As Diocesan Annual Appeal Declined-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Only Six Percent of Religious Institutes Have Adequate Retirement Funding-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Parish Characteristics Examined for Effect on Giving-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Parish Finances Not in Crisis, But Schools Are an Issue-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Parish Reorganizations Affect Mass Attendance, Giving-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Parish Stewardship Outcomes-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Parishioner Characteristics Affect Household Giving-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Parishioners Want More Openness in Church Financial Reporting-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Regular Mass Attenders Rate Church’s Financial Accountability-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Preparing New Priests to Manage Parish Finances-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Recession’s Impact on Catholic Parish Life-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Religion Matters in Giving to the Needy-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Religious Giving Steady During 2001-Vol 8, No. 1-Summer ‘02
Religious Participation Promotes Generosity Worldwide-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Report Finds Poverty in America on the Increase-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Retirement Needs of U.S. Religious Continue-Vol 13, No 3, Winter ‘08
Seminary Enrollments Remain Steady-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
South Leads in Charitable and Religious Giving-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Special Report: The Hoge Study on Church Giving-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Stewardship As the Basis for a Thriving Parish-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Stewardship Message Works Across Generations-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Stewardship’s Effectiveness at the Parish Level- Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Study Cites Factors in Catholic Giving.-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Study Finds Increase in Sunday Collections-Vol. 1, No. 2-Summer ‘95
Study Sees Mixed News on Catholic Giving-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
Tips for Parish Pastoral Councils and Finance Councils-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Trends among American Donors-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
U.S. Christian Giving Described as ‘Ungenerous’-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
U.S. Orthodox Giving Patterns-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Volunteering: More Likely When Asked-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Volunteers: Key to Making Parish Ends Meet-Vol 3, No 1-Summer ‘97
What Moves Some Catholics to Give More?-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Why People Give to Their Churches-Vol. 4, No. 4 -Spring ‘99

RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE FORMATION AND DEMOGRAPHICS

About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Candidates for Religious Life Seek Community Life, Communal Prayer, and Religious Habit-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Candidates for Religious Life Reflect New Diversity-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
College and Graduate-Level Seminary Students Up Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Generation X Open to Serving-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Directory Shows More Catholics, But Fewer Priests, Sisters, Brothers-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Experiences of Former Religious Inform Today’s Lay Ministry-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Greater Ethnic Mix Among Those Choosing Consecrated Life-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Is the Decline in Priestly Vocations Ending?-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Is There an Increase in Priestly Ordinations?-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Jesuit Shift from Developed to Developing World-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Largest Institutes of Religious Men-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Largest Religious Institutes of Men-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Largest Religious Institutes of Men-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Many New Forms of Consecrated Life- Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
New and Emerging Communities of Consecrated Life-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
New Generations of Catholic Sisters-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
New Religious Younger, More Educated-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Newly Ordained Priests Younger than Last Year-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
Numbers of Catholics and Deacons Up, Priests and Religious Down-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
One- and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Online Surveys Report Interest in Religious Vocations-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Religious Candidates With Debts-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Religious Retirement Fund Improves-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Religious Sisters Gaining in Eastern Europe, Struggling in China-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Shift in Cost/Benefit Ratio Results in Declining Vocations-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Student Loans Derailing Dreams of Religious Life-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Sustaining and Promoting Brotherhood-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trends in U.S. Religious Institutes of Men since 1970-Vol 21, No 3-Winter’16
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Vocation Inquiries Increase-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Vocation Trends of Members of Religious Communities-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Women and Men Entering Religious Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Women Religious Professing Perpetual Vows-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11

RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE LIFE AND MINISTRY

A Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Inner Life of Priests- Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Associate Movement in Women’s Religious Communities-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Associate Programs A Growing Trend Among Religious Orders-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Associates Work, Pray With Vowed Members of Religious Institutes-Vol 8, No 3-Winter ‘03
Catholics’ Perceptions of Women Religious in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Candidates for Religious Life Seek Community Life, Communal Prayer, and Religious Habit-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Changing Face of U.S. Missioners-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
Closing Inner-City Catholic Schools Has Community-Wide Consequences-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Emerging Communities Display Interesting Patterns-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Experiences of Former Religious Inform Today’s Lay Ministry-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Funding Shortfall for Religious Retirement-Vol. 4, No. 3 -Winter ‘99
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Image of Religious Life Positive, Little Understood-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
The Intellectual Life of Women Religious-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Is There an Increase in Priestly Ordinations?-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
IVC Service Affects Faith, Spirituality, and Attitudes Toward Social Justice-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Jesuit Affiliated Schools Are Tops among Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Jesuit Shift from Developed to Developing World-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Celebrates 50th Anniversary-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Has Lifelong Effects-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Jesuits Maintain Consistent Commitment to Education-Vol 12, No 3-Winter ‘06
JVC Service Affects Attitudes toward Issues of Poverty and Welfare-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Largest Religious Institutes of Men.-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Lay Presidents Increasing in Catholic Colleges-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Leadership, Ministries of Women Religious-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Loss of Institutional Missions Affects U.S. Religious Orders-Vol 6, No 3-Winter ‘01
Many New Forms of Consecrated Life- Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
The Ministry and Experience of Parish Life Coordinators-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Most Women’s Orders Have Associates-Vol. 1, No. 4-Winter ‘96
New Allegations of Clergy Sexual Abuse Drop Again-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
New and Emerging Communities of Consecrated Life-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
New Generations of Catholic Sisters-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
New Religious Younger, More Educated-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
New Roles for Women in the Church-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
Number of U.S. Catholic Retreat Houses Up 41 Percent since 1981-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Online Surveys Report Interest in Religious Vocations-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Only Six Percent of Religious Institutes Have Adequate Retirement Funding-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Psychological Assessment of Candidates for Admission to Priestly Formation-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Redefining Religious Life Today-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Religious Life and Ministry in Australia-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Religious Orders Absorb and Channel Change in the Church-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Religious Orders Affected by Withdrawals-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Religious Practices of Former Religious-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Religious Salaries Rising Slowly-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Retirement Needs of U.S. Religious Continue-Vol 13, No 3, ‘Winter ‘08
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Sisters Promote Community Diversity and Immigration Reform-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Study of African American Sisters Explores Anxiety and Depression-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Student Loans Derailing Dreams of Religious Life-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Study of Alcoholic Religious Finds Culture of Recovery, Culture of Denial-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Study Offers Insights on Recruiting and Retaining Religious-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Survey Examines External Ministries of Today‘s Religious-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Sustaining and Promoting Brotherhood-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Why U.S. Catholics Should Be Proud-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Women and Men Entering Religious Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Women and Men Religious Seek to Improve Ministry to Immigrants-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14

SEMINARIES AND THEOLOGATES

A Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Inner Life of Priests-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
About One-Quarter of Active U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘11
Altitudes About Celibacy and Homosexuality Vary Among Priests-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Canadian Seminary Student Profile-Vol. 2, No. 2 -Fall ‘96
CARA Ministry Formation Update-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
CARA Seminary Directory Shows Enrollment Decline-Vol. 1, No. 1-Spring ‘95
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
College and Graduate-Level Seminary Students Up Slightly-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Comparison of Diocesan Ordination Rates-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
Graduate-Level Seminarians Increase Slightly In 2004-2005-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Highest Since 1992-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Hold Steady-Spring ‘01
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminary Students Increase-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Is the Decline in Priestly Vocations Ending?-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Liturgy Now a Larger Part of Seminary Formation-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
New Seminarians Bring Graces and Challenges-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
One- and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 19, No 1-Summer ‘13
One-Year and Five-Year Changes in Worldwide Church Statistics-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Preparing New Priests to Manage Parish Finances-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
Presidents at Catholic and Protestant Seminaries Compared-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Presidents of Catholic and Non-Catholic Colleges-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Psychological Assessment for Seminary Admission-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Seminarian Numbers Drop in Past Year-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Seminarians Desire Assignment to Parishes with Catholic Schools” Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
Seminary Enrollments Remain Stable-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
Seminary Expert Evaluates Pre-Theology Programs-Vol 12, No 1-Summer ‘06
Seminary Preparation for High Quality Liturgy-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Seminary Programs Advance, But Some Student-Based Problems-Vol. 5, No. 4 -Spring ‘00
Student Loans Derailing Dreams of Religious Life-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Study Finds U.S. Seminary Enrollments Decline Slightly-Vol. 1, No. 5-Spring ‘96
Survey Profiles African American Priests and Seminarians-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Theologate Enrollments Dip Slightly During Year of Turmoil-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Theologate Enrollments Down Slightly; College Seminary Enrollments Increase -Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Theologate Enrollment Up Again in 2000-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Theologate-Level Seminary Enrollments Down 4 Percent-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Theological Students Compared Across Denominations-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trustees Have Less Influence in Catholic Seminaries-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
What Should Priests Know, and How Well Should They Know It?-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Worldwide Increases in Catholic Population, Priests, and Seminarians-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10

SMALL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES

Small Christian Communities Growing-Vol 6, No 2-Fall ‘00
Small Christian Communities Show Variety-Vol. 4, No. 3-Winter ‘99
Small Christian Communities: Who and What Are They?-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97

VOCATIONS

1998 Priestly Ordinations-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Active Diocesan Priests Continue Decline in Next 25 Years-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘11
Aspirants On Increase in Diaconate Formation Programs-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Associate Programs A Growing Trend Among Religious Orders-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
A Bishop’s View of Lay Ecclesial Ministry-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Bishops Discuss Challenges of Fewer Priests-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
Bishops Influence Priestly Vocations-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Candidates for Religious Life Seek Community Life, Communal Prayer, and Religious Habit-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Continued Growth in the Permanent Diaconate-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Deacons and Candidates Continue Growth-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Dioceses with Most Priestly Ordinations During Four Years 2000-2003-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
During Past 20 Years One-Fifth of Parishes Produced Three or More Priestly Vocations, Two-Fifths Produced None-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Encouraging Hispanic Vocations-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Enrollment in Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Tops 35,000-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Enrollment Increases for Priesthood, Diaconate, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry Programs–Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Family Support Important in Priestly and Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 2-Fall ‘15
Frequently Requested Church Statistics-Vol 17-No 1-Summer ‘11
From Catholic Priest to Protestant Minister-Vol 21, No. 3-Winter ‘16
From Protestant Minister to Catholic Priest-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Generation X Open to Serving-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Graduate-Level Seminarians Reach 25 Year High-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Graduate-Level Seminarians Up 4 Percent This Year-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollments Up Slightly-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Greater Ethnic Mix of Those Choosing Consecrated Life-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Helping Teenage Catholics to Think About Vocations-Vol 7, No 4-Spring Almost One-Third of New U.S. Priests Are Foreign Born-Vol 16, No 5-Spring ‘1102
High Percent of Assistant Pastors Were Altar Servers-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Increase Reported in Worldwide Priestly Vocations-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
Increases in Ordinations, Catholic Population During Past Year-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Introducing the Ordination Class of 2009-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Introducing the Priesthood Class of 2010-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Is the Decline in Priestly Vocations Ending?-Vol 18, No 1-Summer ‘12
Lay Ecclesial Ministers Essential to Parish Life-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Lay Leadership in Latino Catholic Parishes in Chicago-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Lay Ministry Formation Programs Profiled-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Lay Ministry Formation Trends Continue-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Many New Forms of Consecrated Life- Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Men and Women Considering Religious Life Want to Wear Habit-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
New and Emerging Communities of Consecrated Life-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
New Generations of Catholic Sisters-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
New Priests Older, Better Educated, More Foreign-Born-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
New Priests Reflect Greater Diversity-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
New Priests Reflect Increasing Diversity-Vol. 5, No. 1-Summer ‘99
New Religious Younger, More Educated-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Newly-Ordained Priests Explain Why Some Leave-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
Number of U.S. Permanent Deacons Continues to Increase-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Online Surveys Report Interest in Religious Vocations-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Ordinations to the Diocesan Priesthood Compared-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Permanent Deacons in Active Service in the United States-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Priests Are Happy-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
Psychological Assessment of Candidates for Admission to Priestly Formation-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Rates of Ordinations to the Diocesan Priesthood Revealed-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
Record Numbers Reported by Catholic Volunteer Network-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Religious Candidates With Debts-Vol. 2, No. 4-Spring ‘97
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Seminary Programs Advance, But Some Student-Based Problems-Vol. 5, No. 4 -Spring ‘00
Serra Finds Correlation Between Catholic Scouting and Priestly Vocations-Vol. 4, No. 4-Spring ‘99
Shift in Cost/Benefit Ratio Results in Declining Vocations-Vol 7, No 1-Summer ‘01
Some Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation Programs Reorganizing-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Student Loans Derailing Dreams of Religious Life-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Study Offers Insights on Recruiting and Retaining Religious-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Synod of Bishops on the Family to Face Some Discouraging Trends-Vol 21, No 1-Summer ‘15
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Today‘s Candidates for Religious Life Reflect a Rich New Diversity-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Trends in U.S. Catholicism-Vol 17, No 1-Summer ‘11
Trends in U.S. Priesthood Examined-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Women and Men Entering Religious Life-Vol 19, No 4-Spring ‘14
Young Adult Catholics Interested in Church Ministry-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Young Adults Speak Out On Religious Vocations-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Young Catholics Lean to Vocations, May Require Active Invitations-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Understanding U.S. Catholic Sisters Today-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Vocation Inquiries Increase-Vol 16, No 3-Winter ‘11
Vocation Trends of Members of Religious Communities-Vol. 2, No. 3-Winter ‘97
When Parishes Outnumber Priests-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Women Religious Professing Perpetual Vows-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11

YOUTH MINISTRY

Attitudes of Young Catholic Adults on Catholic vs. Other Christian Churches-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Bringing Young Adults into the Full Life of the Church-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Campus Ministry Has Positive, Lifelong Effect on Faith-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
CARA Catholic Poll 2000 Highlights Young Adult Catholics-Vol 6, No 1-Summer ‘00
CARA Catholic Poll Reveals Generational Differences-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Catholic Attitudes and Behaviors—Parish Life, Schools, and Millennials-Vol 17, No 4-Spring ‘12
Catholic Campus Ministry Examined-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Catholic College Students Plan to Be Involved-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Catholic Identity Important to Young Adults-Vol. 4, No. 3 -Winter ‘99
Catholic Teens Seek Answers-Vol 5, No 4-Spring ‘00
Catholic Young Adults Less Likely to Switch Loyalty-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04
Catholic Young Adults Support Pope’s Continued Service-Vol 8, No 1-Fall ‘02
Catholic Youth Ministry in One Archdiocese-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05
Catholics Show Changes in Attitudes and Behaviors—Core Beliefs Remain-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Churchgoing Teens Less Likely to Use Drugs, Alcohol-Vol. 4, No. 2-Fall ‘98
College Students’ Religiosity Affects Values, Political Beliefs-Vol 10, No 2-Fall ‘04
College Years Strengthen Catholic Religious Life-Vol. 4, No. 1-Summer ‘98
Diocesan Directors of Campus Ministry Wear Many Hats-Vol 9, No 1-Summer ‘03
Do-It-Yourself Religion Among Young Adults-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Gender, Generation, Commitment Differentiate Laity-Vol 7, No 3-Winter ‘02
Generations and Catholic Culture-Vol 6, No 4-Spring ‘01
Hispanic Young People Have Unique Needs-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
How Young Adults Perceive Their Catholic Identity-Vol. 3, No. 4-Spring ‘98
Image of Religious Life Positive, Little Understood-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Marriage Important to College Women, Undermined by Campus Lifestyle-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Millennial Catholics and New Media-Vol 17, No 2-Fall ‘11
More Women But Fewer Hispanics in Catholic Colleges-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
One in Ten Catholic Students Attend a Catholic College or University-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
Pilot Study Develops Tools for Evaluating Campus Ministries-Vol 9, No3-Winter ‘04
Religious Change during Adolescence-Vol 17, No 3-Winter ‘12
Religious Identity of College Catholics-Vol. 2, No. 2-Fall ‘96
Serra Finds Correlation Between Catholic Scouting and Priestly Vocations-Vol. 4, No. 4- Spring ‘99
Study Identifies Needs of Young Adult Catholics-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Why Young Adults Stop Attending Church-Vol 17, No 4-Spring
Young Adult U.S. Catholics See Few Priests Their Age-Vol 8, No 1-Summer ‘02
Young Adults Often Leave But Usually Return to the Church-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Young Adults Speak Out On Religious Vocations-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Young Catholics Lean to Vocations, May Require Active Invitations-Vol. 3, No. 1-Summer ‘97
Younger Catholics Less Institutional in Beliefs and Practices-Vol. 5, No. 3-Winter ‘00
Youth Continue to Revere Mary, Studies Confirm-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Has Lasting Effect for Adults-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Youth Ministers and Programs for Hispanic Youth-Vol 11, No 2-Fall ‘05

YOUNG ADULT CATHOLICS

American Catholics in Transition-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
All about Catholic High Schools-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Alumni of Catholic Colleges “More Likely to …”-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Benefits for Teens in Religiously Involved Families-Vol 9, No 1-Spring ‘03
Benefits of a Catholic College or University Education-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Catholic Attitudes toward Sacramental Marriage-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic College Education for Undocumented Students-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Colleges Encourage Priestly Vocations-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Catholic Colleges Produce Many Peace Corps Volunteers-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholic Colleges Produce Many Peace Corps Volunteers-Vol 14, No 4-Spring ‘09
Catholic Identity among Young Adults-Vol 13, No 3-Winter ‘08
Catholic Identity Persists, Even in Catholic/Non-Catholic Marriages-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Catholic Millennials Hold Promise and Challenges for Church-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Catholic Volunteers ‘Transformed’ by Year of Service-Vol 19, No 3-Winter ‘14
Catholic Youth Ministry Develops Faith, Commitment-Vol. 2, No. 1-Summer ‘96
Catholics Who Seriously Consider a Religious Vocation-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
College Students Have Differing Conceptions of Moral Issues-Vol 12, No 4-Spring ‘07
Diocesan Youth Directors Enthusiastic, Committed-Vol. 5, No. 4-Spring ‘00
Emerging Adults’ Present Significant Religious Challenges-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Family Religiosity Important to Latino School Success-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Family Religious Involvement Improves Parental Relationships-Vol 9, No 3-Winter ‘04
Few Catholic Colleges for Sunbelt Students-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Financing Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Generations Key to Understanding American Catholic Laity-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
Graduate-Level Seminary Enrollment Holds Fairly Steady-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Helping Teenage Catholics to Think about Vocations-Vol 7, No 4-Spring ‘02
Hispanic Young People Have Unique Needs-Vol 8, No 2-Fall ‘02
Hispanics under Age 40 Outnumber Other U.S. Catholic Groups-Vol 19, No. 1-Summer ‘13
Hispanics Will Soon Comprise More Than Half of U.S. Catholic Teens-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Jesuit Affiliated Schools Are Tops among Catholic Colleges-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Has Lifelong Effects-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘06
Jesuit Volunteer Service and Marital Stability-Vol 14, No 3-Winter ‘09
JVC Service Affects Attitudes toward Issues of Poverty and Welfare-Vol 11, No 3-Winter ‘05
Keeping Catholic Higher Education ‘Catholic’-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Keeping the ‘Catholic’ in Catholic Colleges and Universities-Vol 16, No 4-Spring ‘11
Largest In-Pew Study of Catholics Released-Vol 18, No 4-Spring ‘13
Making the Church Meaningful for Today‘s Young Adults-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Marriage and Millennial Catholics-Vol 15, No 3-Winter ‘09
Meet ‘Generation Next’-Vol 13, No 1-Summer ‘07
More Than 100 Religious Profess Perpetual Vows-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
More Than a Quarter of Young Adult Catholics in the U.S. Self-Identify As Hispanic-Vol 13, 4-Spring ‘08
Most Young Adult Catholics Likely to Marry-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Newly Professed Men and Women Religious Highlighted-Vol 18, No 4-Spring’13
Non-Catholic Students Often Misinformed about Catholic Higher Education-Vol 15, No 2-Fall ‘09
Progress in Hispanic Educational Attainment-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Religious Attitudes, Behaviors of Millennial Catholics Compared to their Elders-Vol 15, No 4-Spring ‘10
Religious Attachment among Young Adults-Vol 11, No 4-Spring ‘06
Religious Development Begins At Home-Vol 9, No 2-Fall ‘03
The Role of Catholic Colleges in Women’s Religious Vocations-Vol 21, No 3-Winter ‘16
Seeking the Outlines of the Church of Tomorrow-Vol 13, No 2-Fall ‘07
Spirituality Among College Students-Vol 9, No 4-Spring ‘04
Students at Catholic Colleges Graduate Sooner-Vol 19, No 2-Fall ‘13
Teenagers’ Church Attendance Boosts School Achievement-Vol 14, No 2-Fall ‘08
Theology-Level Seminarians Down 4 Percent-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Today’s Teens Less Engaged in Religion-Vol 16, No 2-Fall ‘10
Understanding the Millennial Generation-Vol 18, No 2-Fall ‘12
What Teenagers Expect Out of Early Adulthood-Vol 16, No 1-Summer ‘10
Who Is Entering Religious Life Today?-Vol 21, No 4-Spring ‘16
Young Adult Catholics Interested in Church Ministry-Vol 13, No 4-Spring ‘08
Young Adults Give Little, but Most Goes to Church-Vol 12, No 2-Fall ‘06
Young Mormons More Likely to Volunteer-Vol 18, No 3-Winter ‘13
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Has Lasting Effect for Adults-Vol 8, No 4-Spring ‘03
Youth Ministry As a Profession-Vol 7, No 2-Fall ‘01
Youth Ministry Programs in Rural Midwest Compared-Vol 10, No 4-Spring ‘05
Youth Want Church Involvement in HIV/AIDS Education-Vol 10, No 1-Summer ‘04

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