Rome's more than 300 churches will no longer ring their bells before 7 a.m. by order of the Rome vicariate. The vicariate, following the example of the Milan archdiocese and other Italian Sees, has ordered that church bells remain quiet in the early morning hours so they do not disturb the people. The order also provided that only on Christmas and Easter eves may bells be rung after sunset.
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5th May 1961
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