Marta Pena, 32, (end of table) is one of an increasing number of millenials who don’t identify with a religion. She attends a local atheist club because she said it reminds her of Germany, her home country, where religion is less important.
Marta Pena, 32, (end of table) is one of an increasing number of millenials who don’t identify with a religion. She attends a local atheist club because she said it reminds her of Germany, her home country, where religion is less important. Oliver Morrison The Wichita Eagle
Marta Pena, 32, (end of table) is one of an increasing number of millenials who don’t identify with a religion. She attends a local atheist club because she said it reminds her of Germany, her home country, where religion is less important. Oliver Morrison The Wichita Eagle