Gesu Divin Maestro

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The Church of Jesus the Divine Master is a modern church of Rome, in the Trionfale District.

HISTORY:

It was built between 1966 and 1967 by architect Carlo Bevilacqua and solemnly inaugurated by Cardinal Luigi Traglia with the consecration on September 30, 1967. The church is home parish entrusted to the priests of the Roman diocesan. It also is home to the cardinal title of " Jesus the Divine Master Pineta Sacchetti ", instituted by Pope Paul VI on 29 April 1969 : it was the pope who wanted this title for the presence in the parish of the University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Faculty of Medicine, which is nearby.

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Church web page (translated from Italian)

Location: 41° 55' 42.6"N 12° 25' 31"E

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