Religion in Italy according to the Global Religious Landscape survey by the Pew
Forum, 2012. Christianity (83.3%). No religion (12.4%). Islam (3.7%). Buddhism ...
Italy is a Christian country, some 88 per cent of the population belonging to the
Roman Catholic church, although only around a third of these regard themselves
Jan 29, 2015 ... The major religion in Italy is Roman Catholicism. This is not surprising, as Vatican
City, located in the heart of Rome, is the hub of Roman ...
Religion plays an essential role in the Italian culture and traditions. The majority
of the population is Roman Catholic, as about 90% of native Italians practice ...
Historically, most Italians have been Roman Catholics, and immigrants have
continued in that religious faith in the United States. However, early Italian ...
LANGUAGE: Italian; French; Slovene; German; Fruilian. RELIGION: Roman
Catholicsim; small amounts of Protestantism, Judaism, and Greek Orthodoxy ...
This survey examines a variety of religious and non-religious topics in Italy.
Religious topics include: morality of behaviors (abortion, theft, divorce, ...
Mar 29, 2016 ... Enzo Risso, research director at SWG, said Italy has witnessed a weakening of
religious faith over the past 20 years and a growing trend ...
NORCIA, Italy (Reuters) Panicked Norcia residents rushed into the streets and
the town's ancient Basilica of St. Benedict collapsed, leaving just the facade ...
Feb 18, 2014 ... An explanation of religion in Italy and its influence on the culture at large. Italian
superstitions also play a role.