|San Bernardo da Chiaravalle|
|English name:||St Bernard of Clairvaux|
|Dedication:||Bernard of Clairvaux|
|Address:||Via degli Olivi 180|
San Bernardo da Chiaravalle is a modern parish church at Via degli Olivi 180, in Centocelle between Via Prenestina and Via Casilina. Picture of the church on Wikimedia Commons. 
The patron saint is St Bernard of Clairvaux.
It was designed by Luigi Leoni, and completed in 1989. It is a low building in white concrete on a lenticular plan, with the entrance against the right hand corner of the lenticel. The curve of the entrance frontage is shallower than that behind the altar, and the flat concrete roof has a sweeping shallow curve. The short campanile is set over the entrance, and has become a well-loved landmark. It is an irregular concrete trapezoid, set on its shortest side and made up of a juxtaposition of forms bounded by straight lines and curves, looking rather Cubist. This encloses a void, of irregular shape, in which the bells are hung. The side walls of the church are almost entirely of stained glass by Constantino Ruggeri, giving a spectacular effect inside. This is especially true of the wall behind the altar, where the abstract composition is dominated by azure blue but focuses on a red star over a yellow ring behind the altar.
There is a crypt, the Blessed Sacrament Chapel which is used for Mass on weekdays.