The number of Americans who identify as 'spiritual but not religious' is growing, especially among millennials who may not be finding what they need in the religious institutions of their parents generation.
While some of the "Nones" have never affiliated with a particular religion, those who have some connection to faith yearn to find meaning they can't find in traditional churches, synagogues and mosques.
We look at why people -- especially millennials -- are becoming disaffected with religion, how mainstream institutions are responding (or not) to their departure, and how others are finding that the path to religion often goes through the arts much like it did centuries ago.
- Tony Carnes - Editor and publisher of “A Journey Through NYC Religions”
- Chris Grosso - Youth mental health facilitator at Newport Academy and the author of three books, most recently, Dead Set on Living: On Making the Difficult but Beautiful Journey From F##king Up To Waking Up published by Simon and Schuster
- Mark Silk - Professor and the director of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College. Mark also writes the “Spiritual Politics,” column at Religion News Service
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.