From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Religion in Italy according to the Global Religious Landscape survey by the Pew Forum, 2012 Christianity (83.3%) No religion (12.4%)
Pages in category "Irreligion in Italy" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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List of countries by irreligion. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Nonreligious population by country, 2010. Irreligion ... Italy: 8,100,000
Bronze and Iron Age religion in Europe as elsewhere was predominantly polytheistic (Ancient Greek religion, Ancient Roman religion, Basque mythology, Finnish paganism, Celtic polytheism, Germanic paganism, etc.). The Roman Empire officially adopted Christianity in AD 380.
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Irreligion, or nonreligion, is the absence or rejection of religion, or indifference to it. According to the Pew Research Center 's 2012 global study of 230 countries and territories, 16% of the world's population is not affiliated with any religion. 
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In total there are 800,000 Albanians in Italy. Italy also took efforts to alleviate the plight of Albanians in Albania. As a response to the Albanian political and refugee crisis in April 1997, in association with the United Nations, Italy led Operation Alba. This was a military-humanitarian mission involving 6000 Italian personnel.
1700–1850. Organised activism for irreligion in the United Kingdom derived its roots from the legacy of British nonconformists.The South Place Religious Society, which would later become associated with the Ethical movement, was founded in 1793 as an organisation of Philadelphians or Universalists.
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