While the Church in Italy is decidedly Italian, immigrants to this southern European nation are contributing to its growth and development. Indeed, diversity has become commonplace in many LDS Italian congregations. Attend Sabbath meetings here and you may hear folks in the meetinghouse hallway discussing a priesthood quorum service project in Spanish or Tagalog, or, perhaps, a Young Women lesson in English and, of course, Italian. Meanwhile, missionaries trained to teach the discussions in the local dialects are enjoying opportunities to share the gospel with Peruvians, Romanians, Albanians and immigrants from a host of other foreign nations.
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