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This article focuses on the redefinition of Catholic religious education in Italian state schools, from compulsory religious instruction into a non-compulsory discipline of "religious culture", by analyzing how the issue is framed and negotiated by political, religious and educational actors between 1974 and 1984. The negotiations between governmental and Church representatives in the revision of the Concordat led to attempts at a compromise on religious education, its regime and its guaranteesdoi:10.31743/spw.263 fatcat:yp7ztp6ljbgjlkhbp6bmy3q4jy