|English name:||St Fulgentius|
|Dedication:||Fulgentius of Ruspe|
|Address:||Via della Balduina 296|
San Fulgenzio is a modern parish church at Via della Balduina 296, in the suburb of Balduina in the Trionfale district north of Vatican City.
St Fulgentius of Ruspe was a famous bishop and patristic author of Roman Africa, who spent some time in Rome as a refugee from the Vandals but died at home in 533.
The church was completed in 1933, on a rectangular plan of a nave with a pitched and tiled roof and a rectangular presbyterium with an unusual sloping roof. It is a very unpretentious building, set back from the main street on a courtyard. There is an external narthex in brick with a sloping tiled roof, an arched entrance and an open rectangular aperture on each side. Above the entrance the narthex frontage is extended above the main narthex roofline to form a gable. Behind the narthex, the main frontage of the church is a blank wall rendered in orange, with what looks like a gabled main roofline and sloping aisle rooflines. The gable is false, and the apparent aisle rooflines are the actual ones of the church.