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Coronavirus in Italy: 50 priests have died

The ages of fallen priests ranges from 45 to 104.

The view from Bergamo, Italy, where at least 11 priests have died from the coronavirus

After churches were closed two weeks ago, some priests celebrated Mass outdoors, until the bishops put a stop to that too.

Six priests in one Italian town die of coronavirus

The priests from the northern Italian town of Bergamo had “exposed themselves [to the virus] to be close to their community”

Chinese doctors travel to Italy to lend a much-needed hand

After healing the sick in China, these doctors now come to help their Italian counterparts.

Red wine “miraculously” flows from some faucets in Italian homes

A fault in the plumbing of a wine bottling plant gave locals a Cana-like experience for about an hour on Wednesday.

The Mystical Garden of Venice is based on the visions a Catholic saint

Carmelite friars in Venice have created a garden that displays the journey of Catholic souls described by Spanish mystic St. Teresa of Avila in 1588. 

Next to the leaning tower of Pisa stands a Catholic wonder

Built in 1092, Pisa’s cathedral is a unique testament to the city’s varied history.

Civil marriages in Italy now outnumber church weddings

Increasingly secular culture, rise in divorce and same-sex unions contribute to trend.

10 Beautiful Italian saints’ names for your baby girl

Look to these remarkable holy women for inspiration for your own little daughter.

One of the most perfect statues of the Italian Renaissance shows the martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew

The drape the saint carries around his shoulders is a direct reference to the martyrdom he suffered.

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