Immigrants and the Catholic church: a multifaceted relation
What is it about?
Immigrants are the beneficiaries of various forms of support provided by the Catholic church. But most Catholic immigrants gather in their own chapelanies and groups, they are not active members of the local community, and they are not supported by the majority in integrating in the Italian Catholic church
Why is it important?
Religion has acquired a new salience in the debate on immigrants' integration into receiving societies
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