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St. Patrick’s Church

The facade of the Church of St Patrick is described as being close to the Pisan or Florentine style of the 13th century. Simplicity is it’s overall interior effect. The ceiling is a simple coffered timber in monochrome. A subdued lightning results from the Celtic design cathedral windows. There is no limit to the number of guests you may have. It is necessary to have completed a Pre-Marriage course before marrying in Rome.

Couples are required to comply with all regulations concerning marriage in the diocese where you reside before we can accept your request to marry here.

When choosing the clothing which you or your witnesses will wear during the wedding ceremony, you should bear in mind that you are expected to dress modestly.

Dresses, which are low cut at the front and the back are not considered appropriate. Guests who are travelling with you should also be informed of this requirement.Italans dress conseratively in church. The golden rule is ‘When in Rome do as the Romans do’. Please show all due respect for Church regulation in this matter. Guests who dress inappropriately will be asked to wear a light wrap before entering the Church.

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