Domus Romana

Fr Charles Briggs and I are staying at the Domus Romana Sacerdotalis, a house established by Pope John Paul II in 1999 to accommodate clergy in the Holy See's Diplomatic Corps or those working in the Roman Curia. They also take guests when they have room. Above is a photo of my room - simple but perfectly adequate. The house is just off the Via Conciliazione and so after dinner, we took the short walk down to have a look at St Peter's:

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