The Church of England suffered the most dramatic decline, while Catholics remained relatively stable

Archbishop Tartaglia said secularists view Catholicism as the single biggest threat to their worldview

Researchers found that religious belief is intuitively viewed as a necessary safeguard against grossly immoral conduct

Around four per cent of people who claim to be non-religious even say they pray daily

Atheists will soon start to die out, according to demographic projections. So much for ‘secularisation theory’

The study said that secularists have tended to have fewer children since the 19th century

Londoners and northerners were least likely to believe in a God or higher power

Book review: Where is God in Suffering? by Brendan Purcell

The Church has the highest retention rate of any denomination, but the lowest rate of conversions