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'Jesus Christ Is the Answer': Franklin Graham Preaches the Gospel to over 13,200 at Noi Festival in Milan

'Jesus Christ Is the Answer': Franklin Graham Preaches the Gospel to over 13,200 at Noi Festival in Milan

Hundreds of people recently made professions of faith after evangelist Franklin Graham preached the Good News of the Gospel to more than 13,200 people at the Noi festival in Milan, Italy.

'God, Family, Country': Giorgia Meloni Elected as Italy's Next Prime Minister

'God, Family, Country': Giorgia Meloni Elected as Italy's Next Prime Minister

Giorgia Meloni, who vowed to protect "God, family, and country," has been elected Italy's first female prime minister.

Vatican Tightens COVID-19 Restrictions, Applies Mandatory Vaccination

Vatican Tightens COVID-19 Restrictions, Applies Mandatory Vaccination

In a decree signed Jan. 5, the Vatican tightened its COVID-19 regulations by requiring the use of FFP2 masks (similar to N95 masks) inside and making vaccinations and booster shots mandatory for employees and visitors wishing to enter the Vatican Museums and gardens.

With Caution and Concern, Catholic Masses Scheduled to Resume in Italy

With Caution and Concern, Catholic Masses Scheduled to Resume in Italy

A protocol allowing Catholic faithful to attend Mass was signed Thursday by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte; the president of the Italian Bishops’ Conference (Cei), Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti; and the Italian minister of the Interior.

Rome's Parks Buzz as Italy Eases COVID-19 Restrictions, With Masses Coming Soon

Rome's Parks Buzz as Italy Eases COVID-19 Restrictions, With Masses Coming Soon

On Monday, parks and streets were filled with people in Italy as the government began the implementation of "Phase Two" of its reopening plan.

As Country Begins to Open, Italian Bishops Argue against Continued Ban on Masses

As Country Begins to Open, Italian Bishops Argue against Continued Ban on Masses

The leading coalition in Italy has decided that starting May 4, citizens will be able to leave the house freely without documentation and hold small weddings and funerals. Restaurants and other shops will open at half-capacity in mid-May; nothing has yet been said about gyms, cinemas and parks.

Religious gatherings and Masses, however, will remain forbidden, at least for the time being.

Did an Italian Priest Really Give Up His Respirator for a Younger Patient?

Did an Italian Priest Really Give Up His Respirator for a Younger Patient?

An inspiring tale has been circulating the internet about an elderly Italian priest with COVID-19 who surrendered his own respirator to save a young person's life. While the story has yet to be confirmed, it illustrates the sacrificial love of Jesus.

Deciding Who Gets Treated and Who Doesn't: Worldview Lessons from Coronavirus Pt. 2

Deciding Who Gets Treated and Who Doesn't: Worldview Lessons from Coronavirus Pt. 2

In Italy, reports are emerging that doctors are being forced to ration medical treatment. Doctors are being forced to ask if a bed and care should be given to an eighty-five-year-old with a low chance of survival, or a forty-five-year-old with a much better chance of survival?

Coronavirus Cases in China Decline as Number of Deaths in Italy Surge

Coronavirus Cases in China Decline as Number of Deaths in Italy Surge

In the last week, the number of coronavirus cases in China has dropped, but in Italy, the number of death caused by the virus has risen drastically.

Samaritan's Purse Brings Medical Relief to Italy

Samaritan's Purse Brings Medical Relief to Italy

Franklin Graham's Evangelical non-profit humanitarian aid organization, Samaritan's Purse, is heading to Italy to help replenish medical supplies and to offer hope to the Italian people amid the spread of COVID-19, which has effectively shut Italy down.

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