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Religion in Rome
Rome has, for more than two millennia, been an important worldwide centre for religion, particularly the Roman Catholic strain of Christianity. The city is commonly regarded as the "home of the Roman Catholic Church", owing to the ecclesiastical doctrine of the primacy of the Bishop of Rome. Today, there are also other religions common in Rome, including Islam.
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