Tuesday, September 28, 2010

How Koreans See the Church

John Choi reports on the results of "a recently published poll in a popular current affairs magazine" — Catholicism is Korea’s ‘most trusted religion’: "Asked 'to select two credible religions in Korea,' 57.6 percent of respondents selected Catholicism followed by Buddhism with 50.0 percent, Protestantism with 26.4 percent and Won Buddhism, 6.2 percent."

Mentioned as reasons are "the Church’s high profile stance on social issues" and "the clean image of Catholic priests and Religious and the sacredness of the Church."

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