Giovanni Battista Varnier

Citizenship, Religious Affiliation, and the Italian Catholic Tradition

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This contribution investigates the connection between citizenship and religious affiliation. The two are related even during historical periods in which we have seen a competition of loyalties based on one or the other. Special attention is paid to Italy, historically linked to the Catholic tradition, which now provides additional influences of originality and disequilibrium.


  • Citizenship
  • Religion Affiliation
  • Catholic Church
  • Legal System
  • Italian Society


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