The sun sets against one of Rome’s nearly 900 Catholic churches.
Sunday Mass at San Nicola in Carcere, a Catholic church which dates back to the sixth century, built atop the ruins of a Roman temple. According to a 2010 Pew Forum poll, while most Italians still identify as Catholic, only 33% indicate that they attend church regularly.
Sunday “Artists’ Mass” at Santa Maria di Montesanto, a Catholic church completed in 1673, which became known as the “church of the artists” in the 20th century.
Monday morning votive candle cleaning, Santa Barbara dei Librai, a Catholic church dating back to the 11th century.
Chapel to baby Jesus, Church of San Carlo in Catanari, a Catholic church built in 1638.