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In some gentrified urban settings, condominium and townhouse dwellers do not even know their neighbors' names, much less their religious persuasions. Neighborhoods are more likely to group similar economic classes than they are Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, or Jews together. In the sprawling suburbs, most people do not notice if their neighbor's garage door goes up Sunday morning. And if it does, it may be to permit someone to retrieve the Sunday paper or to drive to pick up Grandma for brunch instead of church.
Catholicism in the Northeast, where there are generally enough clergy to staff parishes, and churches are abundant and in close proximity to each other, is different from Catholicism in the plains states where one priest may be serving a church and several missions, and all are fifty to a hundred miles away from each other. This is different still from Catholicism in some areas of the South where Protestants outnumber Catholics, and being Catholic is a minority status. These differences color people's experiences of the church.
The population of her town triples in the summer. Summer Sunday masses are crowded with tourists, and, to her mind, offer less than the optimum spiritual experience. She decided to attend mass on Wednesdays instead. Liturgy during the middle of the week is more prayerful than summer Sundays. In the pre-Vatican II era Catholics would not dream of such a trade, feeling bound by church law to attend mass on Sunday under pain of sin. "18 For Roman Catholics in the United States, the beginning of the twenty-first century is an era different from the middle of the twentieth century.