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St. Patrick's in Rome
Via Boncompagni 31 (near Via Veneto) tel Twww.stpatricksrome.com
Near the U.S. embassy. The congregation formerly at Santa Susanna,now worships here.The Catholic American Parish in Rome. All masses are in English.
Daily Mass, Monday through Friday at 6 pm; Saturday Vigil Mass at 6 pm; Sunday, 9 and 10:30 am;
Holy Days Vigil Mass 6 pm and 10:30 am


San Silvestro in Capite

Piazza di San Silvestre 17/a(off via del Corso near Piazza Chigi)
A beautiful basilica in the heart of the historic center. Boasts the head of Saint John the Baptist as a relic and an altar designed by Carlo Mademo. Administered by the priests and brothers of the Irish Province of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate – The Pallottines. English language weddings are often held here.
Sunday Mass in English 10 am and 5:30 pm


St. Francis Xavier del Caravita:   An International Catholic Community
Via Caravita 7 (Off Via del Corso) www.caravita.org
Caravita is an international Catholic community that celebrates the Eucharist in English. The community especially welcomes English-speaking tourists and pilgrims with a special welcome for those who might have left the Church or stand on the fringe for whatever reason. Sunday Mass is usually followed by a congenial glass of Prosecco and socializing. The church, built between 1618 and 1633 and completely rebuilt between 1670 and 1677 by Giovanni Antonio de Rossi, is filled with art — the MaterPietatis, a fresco attributed to Baldassare Peruzzi; 17th-century frescoes in the vault of the atrium executed by various artists on a design by Lazaro Baldi.  Mozart performed at Caravita as a teenager in 1770, captivating the royal court of Rome.
Sunday Mass in English at 11 am

All Saints Anglican Church
Via Del Babuino 153 (near Piazza del Popolo) tel 06 3600 1881www.allsaintsrome.org
Sunday Worship:
8:30 a.m. – Said Eucharist (BCP). This is a traditional service of Holy Communion without music using an Anglican liturgy dating from 1662. Very occasionally it is replaced by Said Morning Prayer.
10:30 a.m. – Sung Eucharist. This is normally a formal liturgical communion service but can sometimes be an all-age family worship . Children's Sunday School is normally run at the same time as this service, with youth group meetings twice a month, following this service .  Worshippers are invited to stay on after the service for tea/coffee and lunch on the first Sunday of the month.
Evensong and Organ Vespers Take place on the first Sunday of each month at 5 and  6 pm respectively, from October to June.


St Paul's Within-the-Walls,
American Episcopal Church

Via Napoli 58  (near Piazza della Republica) tel 06 488 3339 www.stpaulsrome.it
Sunday Services:
8.30 am Holy Eucharist Rite I
10.30 am Holy Eucharist Rite II
1 pm Holy Eucharist Rite II (Spanish)
The Church is open every weekday, 9.30 am -4:30 pm


Rome Baptist Church
Piazza S. Lorenzo in Lucina 35 (off Via del Corso at Via Frattina) tel 06 6876652 www.romebaptist.org
Sunday Services:
9:30 am Bible Studay
10:30 am English service
1 pm Filipino Service
3 pm Chinese Service
6 pm Itailan Service  

Rome Methodist Church 
Via del Banco di S. Spirito - Entrance - Piazza di Ponte Sant' Angelo  (Piazza Castel Sant’Angelo)  tel 06 6868314
Sunday Services at 10:30 am 

St Andrew’s Scottish Presbyterian Church 
Via XX Settembre 7 (near Piazza della Repubblica) tel 06 4827627  www.presbyterianchurchrome.org
Sunday Services at 11 am

San Giovanni dei Fiorentini
Via Acciaioli, 2 (historic center near Lungotevre del Sangallo) tel  06 6889 2059
Services in English, Sundays, 6 pm



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