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A court in Viterbo will hear from Righi, who has yet to be indicted, at a January 27 preliminary hearing meant to determine whether the case has enough merit to go forward.
Even Cascioli admits that the odds are against him, especially in Roman Catholic Italy.
Sofi, I will be following this one closely
...more of making a point about behavior when it comes to the church.
The truth is nothing to prove or disprove when it comes to faith.
Is the Catholic Church forcing any one to believe though? That's where I think this dubious legal challenge falls down