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How important is religion to Italians?

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2007-07-07 06:46:05
2007-07-07 06:46:05

Italians are not known as being religious. They are known for the pride they have in their culture aka "cultured". Religion is secondary to them, and most are Catholics if they haven't converted to another religion.

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