Survey: Most U.S. churchgoers trust their clergy for COVID vaccine guidance, but clergy aren’t really offering it

Monsignor Edward Filardi leads a service at Saint Paul Catholic Church in Damascus, Md., June 5, 2021. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Sarah L. Voisin

A new survey finds the majority of regular U.S. churchgoers have heard little from their clergy about vaccines. But it shows a strong correlation between Americans who said their clergy had encouraged them to get the vaccine and the ones who did.

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