It was a story that resonated.
“I’ve seen that a lot lately, in the media and elsewhere,” said Roberto De’Piazza, director of the Italian Institute of Religion (ICRI).
“I think it’s a very important issue.
People who are not religious can be very sensitive and are very sensitive to people who are.
That’s what happened here.”
The national religion, also known as the Five-Star Movement, has emerged as a flashpoint in the country’s current political and cultural crisis.
The Five-Stars have long been the dominant political force in Italy and are currently the dominant force in the Italian Senate.
But the movement’s popularity has been steadily falling since the early 1990s, when it was seen as a threat to the establishment.
As a result, a number of influential politicians have left the movement, which is led by Gianfranco Fini, a former Prime Minister of Italy.
They are known as “anti-fascists”, in reference to their opposition to the Communist Party.
Now, a group of young people, most of them university students, are taking over the movement.
Their leader, Gianfriago Sallaboni, says the movement has been reduced to “a political party” and that its members should have a secular, secular education.
Mr De’Proza, the ICRI director, said: “If the Five Stars are going to be the dominant religion in Italy, they should teach that secular education.”
Mr Sallapini, a prominent politician in the anti-fascist Northern League, says he has seen an increase in anti-fascist groups, but said the movement is not “a threat to democracy”.
“I don’t see it as a problem.
I see it to be a threat because we have the government that’s anti-religious and anti-Catholic,” he said.
“That is the problem.
They have to make sure they have a different message, they have to have a completely different approach to politics, but that they have the power to impose it.”
In an interview with the newspaper Il Giornale, Mr Salati added that the Five Star Movement would “take its own route”, in a country where the traditional Church is in decline and there are few churches.
But he did not rule out forming a political party, adding that it was up to Italians to decide how they wanted to run the country.
“It’s up to the people to decide,” he told the newspaper.
“In my view, it’s up the people, the religious and the secular.”
The Five Star movement has long been seen as one of the major causes of the current political crisis in Italy.
A number of prominent politicians have come out against the movement and are now in prison.
The movement has also been accused of fuelling anti-Semitism, but the movement denies it.
In the past, the movement was considered a far-right group.
“If you ask any Catholic priest, they’d tell you that the anti, anti-Semitic and anti fascist movements are nothing but a reaction to the failure of the Catholic Church,” Mr Saccardo told the BBC.
“What I would say is that if the Catholic church has failed, what has failed is the Catholic state.”