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Rome to Catania short time to change flight

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My wife and I are flying Air Canada from Toronto Canada to Catania Sicily with a connecting Alitalia flight at Rome FCO. We only have an hour and 20 minutes for that connection. The flight is booked from Toronto to Catania so I understand that our baggage will go straight to Catania. I am assuming since we booked the flight through Air Canada that there is ample time to make the connection. However we are a little nervous about the short time frame. We would appreciate any advice and descriptions so we can be a bit familiar what to expect. For example I understand that there may be a terminal change, is there a bus or is it a walk? What is the route through the airport? Do we go through customs in Rome? If so is that a long procedure?
Would appreciate any information that would take away some of the uncertainty and apprehension.

Thanks

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