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Italy literally cannot afford the Concordat with the Catholic Church

No-one talks about abolishing the Concordat these days, yet Italian society is increasingly secular, and during these austere times the country can ill afford costly Church privileges while essential services like health and education are being cut, says Raffaele Carcano Thirty years ago  the “new” Concordat was signed. It was ratified by more than 90% of … Continue reading

Pope Francis vs capitalism

Pope Francis’ criticisms of capitalism won’t bring the system crashing down but progressives in Spain and elsewhere should take note all the same, argues Vicenç Navarro* When I was a child, my parents taught me that one thing are religions (advising me and my brothers to be respectful to believers, as part of the respect due … Continue reading

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