religious liberty

the rooftop of Santa Emerenziana church, religious services are still restricted in Italy despite other places begin to reopen

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.