Cathedrals

ET staff writer
ET staff writer
01 December, 2012 0 min read

Cathedrals

Cathedrals in the UK are inclusive and welcoming to those of all faiths and none, a report, conducted by ComRes on behalf of think-tank Theos, has found.
   The 33-page Spiritual capital report, forged from a study examining the present and future of Church of England cathedrals, showed that 53 per cent of people thought cathedrals were welcoming.
   Only 8 per cent disagreed, while 15 per cent of respondents felt that cathedrals were just for people of Christian faith and not for those of other faiths or no faiths.
   In a parallel survey of 2000 people around six case study cathedrals, 67 per cent of non-religious people believed that cathedrals were ‘a beacon of Christian faith’.

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