Mass Times & Directions
Click here for the 2017 edition of As Romans Do, our guidebook for Rome!
All of our Masses are at St. Patrick's Church, via Boncompagni, 31
(corner of Via Boncompagni and Via Piemonte) near the US Embassy and the Via Veneto.
Our schedule is Monday through Friday at 6:00 PM,
our Saturday Vigil Mass also at 6:00 PM
and our Sunday morning Masses at 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM.
All of our Masses are in English. St. Patrick's Church (Chiesa di San Patrizio a Villa Ludovisi) became the new Catholic American Parish in Rome on August 1, 2017.
We will continue to have our our 11 AM Community Mass at Marymount International School (except during the summer and school holidays). It begins again on September 9, 2018.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated 15 minutes before our 6 PM Daily Mass Monday through Friday and at 5:30 PM on Saturday (before the 6 PM Vigil Mass) OR by appointment.
The Church is open Monday through Saturday: 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:45 PM. On Sunday the Church is open from 8:15 AM until 12:30 PM.
Public transportation to St. Patrick's Church: Metro Stop A: Barberini, then take Bus 53, 63 or 83 just past the US Embassy (or walk up the Via Veneto and turn right on Via Boncompagni. St. Patrick's is less than three blocks from the Via Veneto. For taxis, please tell the driver Chiesa di San Patrizio, Via Boncompagni 31, anglolo Via Piemonte Do not say "the American Church" or they will take you to Santa Susanna which is closed).
The Chapel at Marymount International School:
Family Mass, Sunday at 11:00 AM (beginning again on September 9 through the school year
(click here for info and directions)
As Romans Do: 2017-2018 Edition
Unfortunately we have no more copies of our Jubilee edition (2017/2018) of As Romans Do, our periodic guide for pilgrims to Rome. Much of the information in this Guide Book is on our website. We hope that the 2019-2020 edition of As Romans Do will be ready by Easter 2019. Please do not request the 2019 edition at this time but wait until it's publication is announced.