A new study out today from Pew Research Center shows that young, American-born Hispanics, like other Americans their age, increasingly choose “none” or unaffiliated when asked to cite their religion.  At the same time,  the Catholic Church is increasing its percentage of members who are Hispanic, about one third in 2013.  Nearly a quarter of Hispanics are now Protestant, and almost one in five Hispanics are unaffiliated. Among Hispanic Catholics, 40 percent attend services weekly, but more than 70 percent of Hispanic Protestants do so.  Still, Hispanic Catholics are more likely than other Catholics to attend Mass and receive the sacraments.