Daily Archives: Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Even in death, non-believers can’t escape the crosses of Rome

Mrs. T. passed away at nearly 90 early this December. For many years she had been a mathematics teacher in a well-known high school in the capital: much loved by her students, she had left teaching to go on to manage, until just recently, one of the last truly authentic and cosmopolitan literary cafes in the historic downtown area. Mrs. T had arrived in Rome as a girl from the South, defying stereotypes and statistics, by being a life-time atheist,… Read more »