From the site of the Italian daily La Repubblica comes this.
Melissa, a street-artist, play the sax during Mass.
She earns her living in the streets with her saxophone. Melissa has always had a dread: to play in a church. Don Paolo Farinella, parish priest of San Torpete, in the historic center of Genoa, fulfilled her desire. And she moved the faithful.
It moves me, too.
The priest, by the way, is a long-time and well-known dissident.