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A fellow In All Things blogger, Fordham University Professor Tom Beaudoin, is collecting data on the beliefs and practices of Catholics. If you’re interested in telling your story, read on and take a survey. From the researchers:

A new study is being conducted to better understand how and why baptized Catholics make deep changes in their beliefs and practices. This research is being undertaken by researchers at Fordham University. To find out more, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GL85GXQ

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