Collegio San Carlo Roma

International Ecclesiastical College Of St. Charles Borromeo

International Ecclesiastical College of Saint Charles Borromeo.

Recognized by S. Seat in 1963, consisting in church organization in 1995, depends on the Congregation for Catholic Education, with the patronage of the Catholic Bishops' Conference Lombarda.

Welcomes diocesan priest-students of the various parts of the world, sent to Rome by their Bishops, to complete their priestly formation.

Our feature

The International Ecclesiastical College of Saint Charles Borromeo is characterized by the internationality of the priests, who live a fraternal community life, focusing on the liturgical life.

Where to find us

The College is located on Via del Corso 437, 00186 Rome, in premises made available free of charge dall'Arciconfraternita SS. Ambrose and Charles. It has 45 rooms.

College San Carlo

San Giovanni Rotondo

The church of Padre Pio, also known as the Shrine of Padre Pio, is a Catholic place of worship in San Giovanni Rotondo, in the province of Foggia, in the territory of the Archdiocese of Manfredonia-Vieste-San Giovanni Rotondo.

The more recent history of the town of San Giovanni Rotondo coincides with that of the Convent and Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, who reached July 28, 1916. Here, since the September 23, 1968, lived and died in Padre Pio of Pietrelcina. The town of San Giovanni Rotondo was founded in 1095 on the ruins of a former village of the fourth century BC, of this village are still visible signs, such as some of the tombs and a circular baptistery (the epithet "Round" is derived from this) that once was dedicated to the worship of Janus, two-faced God, and was later dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. Nestled in a beautiful valley almost 600 feet tall, San Giovanni Rotondo looks wide, with red roofs, well distributed on all sides.


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International Ecclesiastical College of Saint Charles Borromeo

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