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"In the name of the Father and / the Son..." 
"in the name of" 是固定搭配,不可能少“the”

In fact, Vermont(佛蒙特州) now is the most unchurched, religiously unaffiliated state in the union.
听的时候就觉得这个应该是一个州的名字,但当时怎么都听不出来(主要这个州太生僻了),刚才专门查了美国的州名,恍然大悟。

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They say people turn to faith in tough times, understandable, but tonight we have the results of a major new survey on religion in America. When it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC's Anne Thompson has our report.

 

"In the name of the Father and of the Son..."

 

Freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of the American way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new American Religious Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing group are Americans who claim no religion at all, up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.

 

Proportion of no religion is increasing rapidly in New England. In fact, the amount now is the most unchurched, religiously unaffiliated state in the union.

 

Empty pews in churches in the North reflect a migration to sunnier states where some congregations are seeing growth.

 

“Let us pray.”

 

Practicing Catholics in New York St. Patrick's Cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tours of all faiths, including one of Catholic and Mormon heritage Paddy Tricolow.

 

"I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there, I do my own meditation, that's all."

 

In fact, 70% of the adults surveyed said they do believe in a personal God, but Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.

 

“First of all, demographics…”

 

Father Thomas Receive, Georgeshire University says religion is no longer accentual to how the(delete) Americans identify themselves.

 

“Americans at their core are very individualistic and we become more, started to apply that to our religion now also, where as we used to, wanna be in a religious Congregation and a church because that was part of our identity as a group.”

 

A change acknowledged by president Obama in his inaugural address:

 

“We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.”

 

Increasingly diverse and free to practice, or not, as we see fit. 

 

Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

 

 

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They say people turn to faith in tough times, understandable, but tonight we have the results of a major new survey on religion in America. When it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC's Anne Thompson has our report.

 

"In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit..."

 

Freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of the American way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new American Religious Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing group are Americans who claim no religion at all, up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.

 

Proportion of no religion is increasing rapidly in New England. In fact, Vermont now is the most unchurched, religiously unaffiliated state in the union.

 

Empty pews in churches in the North reflect a migration to sunnier states where some congregations are seeing growth.

 

“Let us pray.”

 

Practicing Catholics in New York St. Patrick's Cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tourists of all faiths, including one of Catholic and Mormon heritage Paddy Tricolow.

 

"I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there, I do my own meditation, that's all."

 

In fact, 70% of the adults surveyed said they do believe in a personal God, but Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.

 

“First of all, demographics…”

 

Father Thomas Receive, Georgeshire University says religion is no longer central to how Americans identify themselves.

 

“Americans at their core are very individualistic and we become more, started to apply that to our religion now also, whereas[one word] / we used to, wanna be in a religious Congregation and a church because that was part of our identity as a group.”

 

A change acknowledged by president Obama in his inaugural address:

 

“We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.”

 

Increasingly diverse and free to practice, or not, as we see fit.

 

Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

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They say people turned faith in tough times understandable,but tonight we have the results of a major new survey on religion in america,when it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country the numbers here might surprise you.

 

freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of the American way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identified themselves as members of organize religion. according to the new American religious identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing group are Americans who claims no religion at all. up from 8 percent in 1990 to 15 percent today.

 

proportion of no-religion has increased rapidly in new England .in fact, Vermont now is the most unchurched, religiously unaffiliated state in the union.

 

empty pews in churches in the north reflect a migration to  sunnier states, where some congregation were seen growth.

 

practicing Catholics in New York  St.Patricks cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tourist of all faiths. including one of catholic Mormon heritage ()

 

I don't practice the Mormon or catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there. I do my own meditation that's all.

 

in facts 70 percent of the adults survey said they do believe in a personal god. but Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.

 

father () ,university says the religion is no longer central how americans identify themselves.

 

Americans at their core are very individualistic ,started to apply that to religion now, we used to be ,want to be in the religious congregation and church because that was our part of  identity as a group.

 

a change acknowledge by President Obama in his inaugural address

"we are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.

increasingly divers and free to practice, or not ,as we see fit.


google了一下,改点小地方。

Father Thomas
Reese, Georgetown(根本没有Georgeshire Unvi,不信的google earth就知道了) University says religion is no longer central to how Americans identify themselves.

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 They say people turn to faith in tough times, understandable, but tonight we have the results of the major new survey on religion in America. When it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC Anne Thompson has our report.

In name of the Father and the Son ...

Freedom of religion, a bed of our principle of the American way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new America Religion Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing groups are Americans who claim no religion at all, up from 8% 1990 to 15% today.

Proportion of no religion increase rapidly in New England, in fact, the monk now is the most unchurched religiously and unaffiliated in the state union. Empty pews in churches in the North reflect the migration to sunnier states where some congregations are seen growth.

Let us pray.

Practicing Catholic in New York St Patrick's Cathedral are basely a number by tours of all faith, including one of the Catholic Mormon heritage xx I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there, I do my own meditation, that's all.

In fact, 17% of the adult surveyed said they do believe in a personal god, but Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.

First of all, demographics.

Father Thomas xx of George xx University says religion is no longer central for how the American identify themselves.

Americans at their core are very individualistic and we become more, start to apply that to our religion now also, well, as we used/to wanna be in a religious Congregation and the churches because that's part of our identity as a group.

A changed knowledge by president Obama in his inaugural address.

We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers. Increasingly diverse and freed to practice or not as we see fit, Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

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They say people turn to faith in tough times, understandable, but tonight we have the results of a major new survey on religion in America when it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC Anne Thompson has our report.

 in name of the Father and his Son ...Freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of the Americans way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new America Religion Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing groups are Americans who claim no religion at all, up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.Proportion of no religion has increased rapidly in New England, in fact,Vermont  now is the most un-churched religiously unaffiliated state in the union.Empty \ churches in the North reflects the migration to some usual states where some congregations are seeing growth.Practicing Catholic in New York St Patrick's Cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tours of all faith, including one of the Catholic Mormon heritage Patty Chikolool I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there, I do my own meditation, that's all.

In fact, 17% of the adult surveyed said they do believe in a personal God, but Americans have lost their brand loyalty , if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.First of all,  demographics  Father Thomas Reese, Georgetown University says religion is no longer  for how the American identify themselves. Americans at their core are very individualistic and we become more, start to apply that to our religion now also, well, as we used to wanna be Congregation and the churches because that's part of our identity as a group.A change acknowledged by president Obama in his inaugural address.We are nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.Increasingly diverse and free to practice or not as we see fit, Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

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s we say .....Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

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They say people turn to faith in tough times, understandable, but tonight we have the results of a major new survey on religion in America. When it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC's Anne Thompson has our report.

"……the Father and of the Son..."

Freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of the American way of life, but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new American Religious Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists, but the fastest growing group are Americans who claim no religion at all, up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.

Proportion of no religion is increasing rapidly in New England. In fact, vermont now is the most unchurched, religiously unaffiliated state in the union.

Empty pews in churches in the North reflect a migration to sunnier states where some congregations are seeing growth. 

Practicing Catholics in New York St. Patrick's Cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tourists of all faiths, including one of Catholic and Mormon heritage Paddy Tricolow.

 "I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic, I believe there is someone higher up there, I do my own meditation, that's all."

 In facts, 70% of the adults surveyed said they do believe in a personal God, but Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you will, now picking and choosing how they worship.

 Father Thomas Receive, Georgeshire University says religion is no longer central to how Americans identify themselves.

"Americans at their core are very individualistic and we become more, started to apply that to our religion now also, whereas we used to, wanna be in a religious Congregation and a church because that was part of our identity as a group.”

 A change acknowledged by president Obama in his inaugural address

“We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.”

 Increasingly diverse and free to practice, or not, as we see fit.

 

 Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.

 

Homework

 

They say people turn to faith in tough time. Understandable, but tonight we have the result of a major new survey on religion in America. When it comes to the fastest growing tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC's Ann Thompson has our report.

 

"Beneath the father and beneath the son."

 

Freedom of religion, a back rock principle of the American way of life. But today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the new American Religious Identification survey, Catholics are the largest group, followed by Baptists. But the fastest growing group are American who claimed no religion at all. Up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.

 

Proportion of no religion is increasing rapidly in New England. In fact, Vermont now is the most un-churched religiously unaffiliated state in the union.

 

Empty pill and the churches in the north reflect migration to sunnier states where some congregations are seeing growth. Practicing Catholics in New York St. Patricks Cathedral are fastly outnumbered by tourists of all faith, including one of momen heritage P.

 

I don't practice the moment or Catholic. I believe there is someone higher up there. I do my own meditation, that's all.

 

In fact, 70% of the adult survey said they do believe in a personal god. But Americans have lost their brand loyalty, if you will. Now picking and choosing how they worship.

 

First of all, democrafies.

 

Father Thomas at J.S university says religion is no longer central to how Americans identify themselves.

 

Americans, at their core, are very individual and realistic. We become more, started to apply that to our religion. Now, also, as we used to wanna be in a religious congregation and a church because that was part of our identity as a group.

 

A change of knowledge by President Obama in his inaugural address. We are nations of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus, and non-believers.

 

Increasing diverse, and free of practice, or not, as we see fit.

 

Ann Thomson, NBC News 

 

 

 

 

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They say people turn to faith in tough time, understandable. But tonight we have the results of major new survey on region in America. When it comes to the fastestly growing religion tradition in this country, the numbers here might surprise you. NBC’s Anne Thompson has our report.

 

Freedom of religion, a bedrock principle of American way of life. But today a shrinking percentange of Americans identify themselves as members of organized religions. According to the New American Religious identification survey, Catholics  are the largest group, followed by Baptists , but the fastest growing groups are Americans who claim no religion at all.  Up from 8% in 1999 to 15% today.

 

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In fact 70% of adult surveyed said they do believe in a personal god. But Americans have lost their brand loyalty if you’re aware, now picking and choosing how they worship

 

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Americans at their core are very individualistic  and we become  starting to apply to that religion now. Also where as we used to wanna be in a religious congregation than a church, because that was part of our identity as a group.

 

A change acknowledge by President Obama in his inaugural address

 

“we are nation of  Christians and muslins, Jews and Hindus and non-believers ”

 

Increasingly diverse and free to practice or not, as we see fate.

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They say people turn their faith in tough times,understandable,but tonight we have the result of a major new survey on religion in the American.when it comes to the fast growing tradition in this country,the numbers here might surprise you.NBC's Anne Thompson has our report.
In the name of the father and of the Son and of Holy Spirit.
Freedom of religion,a bedrock principle of the American way of the life,but today a shrinking percentage of Americans identify themselves as member of organized religions.According to the new American Religious identification survey,Catholics are the largest group,followed by Baptists,but fastest growing group are American who claim no religion at all,Up from 8% in 1990 to 15% today.
Proportion of no religion is increased rapidly In new England,In fact the Vermont now is the most unchurch.regiliously unaffiliated state in the Union
Empty pews in churches in the north reflect a migration to sunnier states where some congregation are seeing growth.
Let's pray.
Practicing Catholics at new York St.Patrick's Cathedral are vastly outnumbered by tourist of all faiths,including one of Catholic and Mormon heritage Paddy Triclcow.
I don't practice the Mormon or Catholic.I believe there is someone higher up there,I do my own meditation,that's all.
In fact,70% of the adults survey say they do believe in a personal God,but American has lost their brand loyalty if you will,now picking and choosing how they worship.
First of all,democgraphics
But Thomas Reese of Georgetown University says religion is no longer central to how American identify themselves.
American at their core very individualistic and We've become more,started to apply that to our religion now also,whereas we used to,wanna to be in a religious congregation and a church because there was a part of identity as a group.
A change acknowledged by prsident Obama in his inaugural address:
We are a nation of Christians and Muslims,Jews and Hindus and non-believers.
Increasingly diverse and free to practice,or not,as we see fit.
Anne Thompson, NBC News, Washington.
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