more and more young Poles prefer to keep far from religion
I think most young Poles would identify as being Catholic, but these days I think that has to do more with tradition and culture than them actually wanting to attend church.
Most young Poles I know in the UK have little to no interest in religion, despite their parents attending church. I know teenage girls who have had to be more or less dragged to their Conformation.
Having said that, I also know parents who never go to church but still make sure make sure their children are baptized, go through First Communion, , Conformation etc. Seems strange to me, but I figure it's to keep older family members happy.
This generation haven't had to suffer hardship as their parents and grandparents had, when people turned more to the church for help and comfort in times of crisis. Todays generation of Poles have fully embraced more liberal values than their parents, and just like their Western counterparts, have in my opinion, become shallow and money orientated.
Obviously this doesn't apply to all young Poles, but certainly there are less Poles attending church overall.
Humans need core values.
They do, but a person can be a good and decent human being without needing to go to church. One doesn't need to be a Christian to be a good person. Equally, some Christians display anything but Christian behaviour.