Counting Religion in Britain, October 2022

Counting Religion in Britain, No. 85, October 2022 features eight new sources of British religious statistics. The contents list appears below and a PDF version of the full text can be downloaded from the following link No 85 October 2022


  • Importance of teaching Religious Studies at secondary school


  • Hate crimes in England and Wales, 2021–22
  • Race Disparity Unit’s consultation on standards for ethnicity data


  • Catholics in Contemporary Britain: new sociological data and insights
  • Baby boomers as architects of religious change
  • The statistical movement in Victorian Britain
  • Coronavirus chronicles: psychological wellbeing of Church of England clergy and laity


  • UK Data Service, SN 9011: National Survey for Wales, 2021-2022

 Please note: Counting Religion in Britain is © Clive D. Field, 2022

PS Operational considerations have necessitated the early filing of the October edition of Counting Religion in Britain. Any new sources from the second half of the month will feature in a subsequent edition.

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