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Fr Mark's progressive Anglo-Catholic take on European Christianity

  • This is my collection of material about the current state of the churches in Europe. I am interested in looking at how they are dealing with the pressing issues of our time: the issues of gay people and women in ministry/ leadership are particularly pressing at the moment, as is the area of declining church attendance.

    I would like to see how Europe's traditional religious institutions are coping with the new Europe currently being forged, in which public opinion and ethical attitudes are becoming inceasingly pan-European, and are evidently presenting a series of strong challenges for the churches.

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Malta – Mass attendance

Posted by Fr Mark on November 30, 2009

From the Roman Catholic Church in Malta’s Mass attendance census, 2005

Significant Findings

General Results
The percent Sunday Mass attendance has fallen by almost 11% between

1995 and 2005 in the Maltese islands. The rate of change is slightly higher

than in the previous decades. In 2005 the percent Sunday Mass attendance

was 51.0% in Malta, 72.7% in Gozo and 52.6% for Malta & Gozo together.





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