We went to Rome's Suburra, the location of a new modern-Mafia film, to find out.
We spoke to a member of the medical board of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, who are responsible for separating the saints from the sinners.
In the late-1960s, radical Italian architects way ahead of their time built conceptual clubs that catered to the emerging counterculture movement in the country. But a decade after the movement started, it faded into obscurity.
Over 4,000 bronze and silver coins were buried around the year 294 and never discovered until 2015.
Anti-austerity protesters besieged Rome this weekend.
Il Mio Papa is like Hello! but way more holy.
If you paid €50 you could go too, to watch "Europe rising again".
There's a growing sense of social crisis in Italy.
Thankfully, there's a shady Catholic sect who are happy to bury Erich Priebke.
I went to a pro-Berlusconi rally in Rome. It was pretty weird.
Italian Fascists have no idea how to throw a party.