© Skip Conde
Some of the images on this site have been copied from the internet. As far as
I know, I am within my rights to do this under fair-usage terms in
copyright laws. I make no profits whatsoever from this site, and all
sources are listed. Still, if anyone has a reasonable complaint, please
e-mail me and I will rectify
the problem immediately.
If you're planning to copy this site in any way, please observe the
- Feel free to copy it to your computer.
- Feel free to print the pages for personal use.
- Feel free to use the site as a source for guide-books, school reports
etc. Please refer to the site in your list of sources. Telling me about
it in an e-mail would be
- If you wish to publish any of the material on this site (by this, I
mean publication of entire pages, not just quoting parts of it as a
source), please e-mail me first with information about the project. Most
likely, I won't have a problem with it, but there are a couple of
conditions: Firstly, if you make any money from publishing material from
this site, please donate it, or at least a reasonable share of it, to
charity (preferably to Caritas or to another Catholic charity). Secondly, the material contained
here is not to be published in any anti-Christian and/or anti-Catholic
- If you wish to use text from the site on a web page, please ask
yourself if a link might not be a better choice. If you still wish to
use it, please e-mail me
with information about the site and the URL if it is already up.
- If you wish to use images from this site on a web page, please be warned: I do not own the copyright for all of the images. If
you wish to use one of my pictures, please
e-mail me with information
about the site and the URL if it is already up.
A kind of disclaimer
- As far as I know, the information contained here is correct. But
there are probably errors - dates vary from one source to the next, my
typing might possibly be less than perfect and opening hours vary. If
you find any errors, I'll be happy to correct them if you
- Churches that are said to be open to the public may be closed -
that's part of life in Rome, where churches regularly close for
restoration. If visiting one particular church during a trip to Rome is
very important to you, try to contact the church or the Italian tourist
- This website is my own, personal project. The owner of the domain "his.com"
has no moral or legal responsibility for the contents - they are merely
my host provider.