“The Italian Republic had its 70th birthday, but it doesn’t look its age”

Jun 13, 2016 735

By Valerio Viale


On June 2nd, 1946, Italians expressed their preference, through the institutional referendum held by universal suffrage. Republic won over Monarchy, with about two million differential in the ballots.


70 years later, at the Petersen Automotive Museum (along the so-called "Museum Row", on Wilshire Blvd.), Father Antonio Cacciapuoti, who last year celebrated his 25th Ordination Anniversary within L.A. Archdiocese, tried to summon the wandering flock, as he delivered a pious invocation, in commemoration of the Italian National Day.

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Fonte: L'italo-Americano

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