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Chiesa di Santa Susanna alle Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

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  • When we were planning our trip to Rome, we wanted to get a Sposi Novelli audience with the Pope, and there wasn't much up-to-date information out there about how to do it. The American community at Sa...  more »
  • A beautiful Roman church with an American association. It was closed when we visited – we admired the exterior. And since my mom’s name is Susanna, we couldn’t resist a photo of her with a chiesa of t...  more »
  • Not sure whether this is an active church or not. Was not able to go in when we visited. The outside of the church is nice but not sure about the interior.  more »
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  • Something has gone badly wrong here. The church was closed in 2013 "for repairs", but no work seems to be going on and the American expatriate community has been worshipping in other local churches. Is this a continuation of a late 20th century argument between the Cistercian nuns who own the church, and the Paulist Fathers who minister to the expatriates? Is anyone prepared to say?
  • Very nice exterior as the average Roman churches.
  • Beautiful looking church located in Piazza Di San Bernardo.
  • so beautiful~~~
  • Amazing Architecture. Run by the Pulists, very open and friendly. Being an English speaking Church in Rome it is very popular for Americans.