Promoting Christian unity
in a divided world

Welcome to the Anglican Centre in Rome

The Moorman Library has a collection of 15,000 books and is open to the public daily for browsing or serious study.
The Chapel of St Augustine is the heart of the Anglican Centre and hosts a Eucharist every Tuesday.
We have various courses that run at different times of the year. Discover if there is a course for you.
The Anglican Centre's fiftieth anniversary was celebrated in style! Discover all here.
The Anglican Centre has been at the heart of dialogue between Anglicans and Roman Catholics since 1966.
Read the reflections of David Moxon, the Director of the Anglican Centre, in his regular blog.

The Anglican Centre in Rome is the permanent Anglican Communion presence in Rome. It is a living symbol of our Communion's commitment to the full visible unity of the Church. It stands for our desire to work collaboratively with all Christians for justice and peace in the world and for the flourishing of all God's children whatever their origin or status.

The Anglican Centre in Rome
celebrating fifty years
 
Visiting Rome
For fifty years 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.