Globe and Mail: The Future of Faith

Young increasingly shun religious institutions.

(GLOBE AND MAIL)'If the future for institutional religion in Canada lies in the hearts and minds of the young, a dark night is sweeping down on the country's churches, synagogues and temples.

Young Canadians, who religious leaders once hoped would find their way back to faith, are instead doing the opposite: leading the country's march toward secularism. And with the exception of evangelical Christians, they are doing it at an accelerated pace.'

This is one of 4 articles on the "Future of Faith" in the Globe and Mail. See also: Canada Marching from Religion to Secularization.