Alaia. Age: 28.
The notion of "Catholic guilt" is a myth, according to a major UK survey of religious and secular attitudes to sex at a time when the church finds itself under unprecedented scrutiny amid speculation about what impact a new pope might have on its teachings. However, while the YouGov poll detected no evidence that Catholics feel more guilty about sexual "sins" than other religious people, it found that religious people in general feel more guilt than the non-religious, with Baptists, Muslims and Pentecostals feeling the most. The polling suggested that it is on the issues of premarital sex and pornography that religious people feel more guilty than those who are non-religious.
Kaelyn. Age: 26.
Fighting the good fight: The battle for purity in the digital age
Spent a half-hour in prayer while crying over the struggle and a failed relationship. All of these quotes come from — believe it or not — the social network Twitter. What they all have in common is that they end with or include the recently trending hashtag BreakTheChains. Twitter is often seen as a vortex of name-calling and backbiting, but Father Cassidy Stinson decided to use it for something entirely different: a prayer campaign.
Jazlynn. Age: 30.
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By Alex Greig. Married Catholic couples who attend church at least once a week have better sex than other demographics, according to the Family Research Council. The revelation was heavily based upon a University of Chicago study, the National Health and Social Life Survey, as well as other data.
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