For many years, Americans visiting or living in Rome, have attended Mass in English at the Church of Santa Susanna. The church has served as the national parish for U.S. residents of Rome since 1921, when the church was assigned to the care of the Paulist Fathers.
Due to problems discovered in June 2013 (wood items falling from the ceiling, among other things), the Church regrettably had to be closed to the public; however, alternative arrangements for Mass were made at two Roman Churches nearby.
Now, it has been announced by the Rector, Rev. Gregory S. Apparcel, that the parish has found a new permanent home. It will be located in Saint Patrick’s Church in Rome, not far from the U.S. Embassy. Daily Mass in English will begin on August 1, 2017. There is also a vigil Mass on Saturdays and two Masses on Sundays, all in English.
Check our web page for more details concerning the new home for the American parish in Rome, including Mass times, special events, and more.