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Fewer than half of Americans to attend Christmas services

Catholic World News - December 21, 2010

Only 47% of Americans plan to attend religious services on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, according to a recent survey. 28% plan to read or tell the account of the Nativity in the Bible, while 34% say they will watch “biblical Christmas movies.”

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  • Posted by: dover beachcomber - Dec. 22, 2010 6:46 PM ET USA

    Another tipping point passed. It's going to get even lonelier to be a professing Christian; get ready for it.

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