What is The National Religion of Italy?

What is The National Religion of Italy?

Roman Catholicism is the largest in the Country. Since 1985 There Are No longer officially the state Religion. Most Christians in Italy adhere to the Catholic Church

whose headquarters are in Vatican City, Rome. The Conventual Franciscans and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, have their headquarters in Rome too. Religion in Italy according to the Global Religious Landscape survey by the Pew Forum, 2012-

1. Christianity (83.3%)
2. No religion (12.4%)
3. Islam (3.7%)
4. Buddhism (0.2%)
5. Hinduism (0.1%)
6. Other religions (0.3%)

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