Anti-Catholic Italian politician is leading candidate in Rome's region
January 28, 2010
Emma Bonino, a leftist politician with a long record of hostility toward the Catholic Church, is a leading candidate to become governor of the Lazio region in which Rome is located. Her candidacy has not encountered organized opposition from the Church; in fact many clerics support her.
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