Italian Priest Gets Creative to Up Mass Attendance

A little bubbly can go a long way to help attract churchgoers

The following article, written by Nick Squires, appears on The Telegraph. 

An Italian priest has come up with a novel way of luring parishioners to Mass – free prosecco and crisps.

If that is not enough to tempt them to the pews, there is also a supermarket-style loyalty card to record their attendance in church and, as Italy roasts in temperatures of up to 100F, the promise of air conditioning.

Continue reading at The Telegraph. 

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