The article herein is based on empirical studies and presents the high school graduates’ attitude towards chosen moral standards. The author raises a questions regarding moral transformations amongs young people in Poland on the basis of the thus far presented research results in the young people environment. Analyzed research resluts are presented in the context of faith autodeclaration, confession belongingness as well as respondents’ sex. Analyses have shown that young people are seraching for personal references and legitimization of their behaviour, increasingly rarely motivated by religion. It was stated that there is no coherence between religion and morality which is most apparent on a personal level, and mostly evidenced on the sexual life field. Young people’s attitudes are characterized by the moral relativism. In the context of presented data we can speak about the morality deconsecration as well as the looseness of religion connections.