For over fifty years, since soon after the 2nd Vatican Council, the Anglican Centre in Rome has welcomed visitors to Rome and enabled them to make the best of their visit, whether as individuals or as groups, whether having an informal holiday, on pilgrimage, making contact with Vatican officials, or undertaking study.
Please note the Anglican Centre is closed in August and between Christmas and Epiphany.
See our Courses pages to find what's on offer.
A four day Mini Pilgrimage in October is designed for independent travellers to explore their faith in the context of Rome's centrality in Christian history.
There are two Anglican / Episcopal Churches in Rome.
The Eucharist is celebrated at the Anglican Centre on Tuesday lunchtimes (except in August and between Christmas and Epiphany)
An Informal Guide to Rome
Practical advice for those visiting Rome
Admission to Papal Audiences
An excellent introduction to Rome's Christian heritage
The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome is a historic monumental cemetery including the graves of Keats and Shelley
Cities of the imagination - Rome : by Jonathan Boardman. ISBN 1-904955-08-8. The Venerable Jonathan Boardman is Archdeacon of Italy and Malta, and Chaplain of All Saints Church, Rome.
The Anglican Centre in Rome is a UK
Charity with a world-wide mission.
The Director: Archbishop Moxon
Associate Director: Revd Marcus Walker
The Anglican Centre in Rome,
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj,
Piazza del Collegio Romano 2,
00186 Roma, Italy.
Contact us by phone on:
+39 06 678 0302
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