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The Orthodox Church Today Study

Fully 90 percent of American Orthodox Christians are domestic-born, and cannot imagine being anything other than Orthodox. Only 30 percent support the ordination of women, and about the same number are interested in attending a church whose members have diverse beliefs and practices. These are a few of the interesting findings of the first national survey of laity in the two largest Orthodox churches in the U.S., conducted between September 2007 and May 2008. The Hartford Institute for Religion Research highlights eight significant facts from the study of Orthodox Christians in the U.S.



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