The Blanquerna Observatory of Communication, Religion and Culture organized on February 12th a virtual coffee about the Catholic religion and Italian politics. This session is part of a series of seminars on communication and religion organized periodically by the Joan Maragall Foundation, Catalunya Religió and the Blanquerna Observatory. The debate revolved around the Catholic religion and its use by certain Italian politicians.
On the other hand, the newspaper Catalunya Religió by the hand of Valentina Laferrara, a member of the Observatory, has also published an article on the meeting with the details and reflections of the participants. You can take a look at the article, which is titled “In Italy prime ministers can say they are Catholic and nothing happens”, by clicking here.