Culture of Life
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BY John Lilly
February 4-10, 2007 Issue | Posted 1/30/07 at 11:00 AM
When it comes to caring for the less fortunate, no one reaches into their pockets more readily than people who practice a traditional religion. According to Syracuse University professor Arthur Brooks, author of a new book on charitable giving, people of faith are more likely to donate money than the non-faithful. And, when they do give, they give four times more than the non-religious — even to non-religious charities.
Source: ABC News, Dec. 5
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