NPR’s New Religions Survey, Part IV: Teens and Wicca

NPR’s series on new religious movements looks at the popularity of Wicca, or witchcraft, among young people. Teens seem to be drawn to Wicca because, among other reasons, it can be tailored to individual needs. Some of the teens’ parents are Wiccans themselves. Other parents are alarmed that their children are practicing witchcraft. NPR’s Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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