Whether it’s a tiny chapel in a small country town or the grand and imposing St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, the rules remain the same.
The Italian take on horror started back in 1960 with this classic. This year, let it rise from the dead again!
New ways to affirm community spirit are emerging, borrowed from cultures across the world.
The discussions on Halloween highlight the dynamism of Italy’s contemporary culture, capable of embracing new traditions while keeping its heritage alive.
When church and state collide in a changing social landscape, do we finally get the change we need?