"The shrine of all of us", the Heart of the International Schoenstatt Centre Belmonte, Rome, is becoming a magnet for people from Rome, Italy and around the world.
Many travel over ten thousand kilometres in great joy and longing to perhaps once in a life time to cross the threshold of this sanctuary in the heart of the Church. Others come directly from the neighbourhood around here to play with their children on the large green grass areas. Some come as pilgrims during a pilgrimage to Rome, some for a few hours after breathing a plethora of impressions in the city, others seek consciously the meeting with the Schoenstatt Movement and its charism for the Church.
These pages provide some information that may help you to plan your stay.
The house has a total of 60 beds in single, double and four-bed rooms, all en suite. Some rooms have been furnished specifically for the disabled.
It is possible to make requests for reservations by email to: email@example.com (Elena Buosi), also via telephone:
Information about prices, mealtimes, payment, cancellation will be published later.
At this moment, it cannot yet be said when the house will be ready.
Rector: Fr. Marcelo Cervi - firstname.lastname@example.org - +39 331 202 5160
Management, Booking, Administration: Elena Buosi - email@example.com - +39 06-61566086
Donations, Fundraising: Maria Fischer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website, Newsletter, Communication, Information: Maria Fischer - email@example.com - 49 (0)2241 1278806 and +49 (0)2241 2618964
General enquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you get to Belmonte?
Belmonte is located in the Roman district of Casalotti, at the junction of the Via di Boccea with the Via di Santa Gemma, near the ring road "Grande Raccordo Annular" (GRA). Find more information here.
Accommodation, food and shopping near Belmonte