Dec 28, 2012 4:45 AM EST "Father Piero Corsi sparked outrage in Italy with his Christmas Eve comments about the growing number of women killed in domestic disputes. It's no surprise that misogyny appears to be alive and well in certain corners of
Catholic Italy, where women are hardly
viewed as men’s equals. But in the town of Lerici, near Turin, parish priest
Father Piero Corsi sparked unprecedented outrage this Christmas, when he chose
delicate issue of femicide, or the killing of women in domestic disputes, as
his Christmas bulletin theme."