Digital religion makes faith experience richer for millennial believers, study finds

For religious millennials — a generation with one of the lowest rates of participation in organized in-person religious activities in North America — engaging with digital religion has made their faith experience richer, while some who don't go to church have found religion in digital spaces, a new study suggests. 

Digital religion makes faith experience richer for millennial believers, study finds
For religious millennials — a generation with one of the lowest rates of participation in organized in-person religious activities in North America — engaging with digital religion has made their faith experience richer, while some who don't go to church have found religion in digital spaces, a new study suggests.