The RCC is plenty missionary, but it’s focus is pretty firmly upon the world’s Catholic population. They don’t turn people away, but missionary work is focused on winning the struggle with the Papal Church.What is communist church's view towards other religions? In case of conversion?
Does coummist party of Italy wish assimilate all other religious organizations under its church or they will to reform other religious organizations into similar format? So my question is are they looking to impose Christian supermacy or they support religious pluralism?
I want to make this clear. The RCC is an independent institution from the Italian state, and its support within the Communist Party is mixed at best - there are plenty of people quoting Marx and saying that this is entirely too unorthodox for their taste. The RCC benefits from their agreements with the cultural authorities, but as mentioned, is Run independently.
The Italian State doesn’t look at religions generally super positively and a good portion support the sponsorship of the RCC as simply a vehicle for the spread of revolutionary ideology, but active persecution of religious institutions has largely come to an end. So to conclude, religious pluralism is permitted but neither supported nor appreciated.