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Jewish Rome tells its story in a book series

The first volume was published in 2012: La scomparsa della sesta Scola (“The disappearance of the sixth Synagogue”), written by Giancarlo Spizzichino. The author reconstructed the little-known history of the Portaleone synagogue, also known as “the Sixth Synagogue,” located in …

Religious organization, a new research center is born

Springing from the University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, a new research center will focus on religious institutions, ecclesiastical property, and non-profit organizations. This new observatory is intended to be “a strategic element in promoting scientific research in an area crucial …

Rome commemorates Officer Adamoli, Righteous Among the Nations

Formerly an officer of the Guardia di Finanza (the Italian financial guard) during the First World War and later appointed Podestà of Teramo, capital of the Abruzzo region, by the fascist regime, Umberto Adamoli has been named Righteous Among the …

For one in four Italians Holocaust Remembrance Day is useless

The percentage of Italians who recognize the usefulness of Holocaust Remembrance Day is declining, the latest survey by the SWG research institute revealed. SWG has been monitoring the perception and feelings of Italians toward this date every January since 2014. …