The last taboo
Real stories of secret loves within the church

Maria Corbi and Giacomo Galeazzi

Price:
€ 14,00
Publisher: Cairo Editore
Pages: 240
ISBN/EAN: 978-88-6052-092-0

Synopsis
To love God and to love someone on Earth. The Roman Catholic Church says no but the people of religion with liaisons are becoming more and more.

Thousands of believers belonging to the Roman Catholic clergy preserve their faith while living full-blown love affairs, lacerated by guilt, frustration and the awareness of being “outside the Church”, by the suffering of what is thought to be an injustice. Because in a secular society where everything is permitted, the sexual life of the religious is still taboo.

Maria Corbi and Giacomo Galeazzi give voice to the protagonists of dramatic stories straddling the line between human passion and the intensity of a vocation. Tales of pain and remorse but also of faith, joy and hope. An invitation to reflect.

The authors
Maria Corbi is a journalist for Italian daily La Stampa, where she deals with society and current affairs.

Giacomo Galeazzi is a journalist. He used to work for the TG1 news report, where he related on foreign affairs and religious matters. He has been working for La Stampa since 2001.

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