The American: For Italy & the World
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By Megan K. Williams
Until Benedict's resignation, the Vatican beat was all about death, ceremony and speculation.
"We are in twilight, like this evening," said Enzo Ferrari. It was 1976.
"They'll always pick on [Ezra Pound], but I know he wasn't an anti-Semite."
Some players are larger-than-life, and the Rome version of Giorgio Chinaglia qualified.
Rome's one and only 20th-century blizzard struck in February 1986.