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num. 295 - May 2010

Errata corrige
In Documentation OMI # 293 (March 2010), it was stated in the article entitled The Call to a Conversion like Philemon’s: When the Italian government removes crucifixes from the walls in the schools for reasons of religious tolerance, there remains a culture powerful and proud of its stand — this is the religious culture that is present at the foot of the tomb of the apostle Peter.” In fact, the Italian government did not remove crucifixes from the walls of schools. In early November 2009, the European Court of Human Rights ruled against the use of crucifixes in classrooms in Italy. The Italian government has stated that it is not bound to obey that ruling and has appealed the verdict.

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