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Terri wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Do you know of any web sites that list the Catholic churches in Italy?

In particular, I would need the listings of churches in Naples and in a very small town of Paola, Italy. I need to contact someone for baptismal records and marriage records from the 1850's.

  • Do you have any ideas or suggestions on how to get this information?

Anything you may suggest would be greatly appreciated.


  { Do you know of any web sites that list the Catholic Churches in Italy? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Terri —

I would recommend Catholic Hierarchy for any visitor who is looking for contact information about any Catholic parish. Once you find the diocesan web site, you can usually find the parish web site with a little effort.

I think these links will help you, though I couldn't find Paola on any of the pages.

Hope this helps,


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