A two-year global research project reveals that today's youth view spirituality as an important part of their lives, though most rarely talk to others about it. Respondents to the far-reaching study, led by Search Institute's Center for Spiritual Development, included young people from a wide range of cultural and religious backgrounds, spanning 17 countries and six continents.
The study results are being released today during the Spiritual Development Summit, an event leading to the 12th Annual "Healthy Communities o Healthy Youth" Conference in Minneapolis. The study was sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation.
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