Statistics about religion in the Czech Republic, especially in the last 20 years, are startling:
According to the 2001 census, 59% of the country is agnostic, atheist or irreligious . . . . From 1991 to 2001, the number of people identifying with no religion increased by 19.1%, or two million people, representing the largest group increase. Adherence to Christianity decreased by over one million persons.
These numbers are why Wikipedia can summarily state, "The Czech Republic has one of the least religious populations on Earth."
That's not the only news, though. Operation World reports that among Czechs, "New expressions of Christianity are springing up and connecting with the younge…