If I'd wanted to do that, I'd have just pointed out the 45% decline in Poles who go to church and completely ignored the far larger increase in Poles who take communion, wouldn't I.
Not necessarily, that data about Poles taking the communion could be just smoke and mirrors on your part used to camouflage the real reason for this thread and that reason is more then obvious, imho.
Er, no it does not, as you'd know if you read the links to the methodology of the survey. The survey is simply a snapshot of a single Sunday.
OK, then we don't know how many Poles go to church every Sunday. Great. Fascinating. Whatever.
Perhaps if you spent more time actually reading my posts and less time making up fictional reasons for my posts
I'm not making up fictional reasons for your posts, I'm drawing conclusions based on your behaviour on this forum. And you didn't deny that was the reason for this thread. You just wrote "If I'd wanted to do that", but you didn't deny it. Nor did delph, if you haven't noticed.
Anyway, back to the topic, do you have any thoughts why there are so many fewer of 'the faithful' but the faithful which there are seem to be becoming much more 'faithful'?
It doesn't matter if I do, I wouldn't share them with someone like you anyway.
Delph, I'll try to comment on your post some other time.