|San Gabriele Arcangelo all'Aqua Traversa|
|English name:||St Gabriel the Archangel at the Transverse Fountain|
|Dedication:||Gabriel the Archangel|
|Address:||Viale Cortina d'Ampezzo 144|
The cardinalate title is as given; the church itself is usually referred to as San Gabriele Arcangelo. The patron saint is Gabriel the Archangel. The parish is administered by the Vocationist Fathers, and the present titular is José Manuel Estepa Llaurens .
The church was completed in 1956. The plan is basically that of a quarter-circle or half-closed fan, although the straight sides of this are occupied by walls which form right-angled steps in the plan. The rather low exterior walls are rendered in pale orange, and the double entrance is midway along the curved wall. The roof has a complex form. It is flat around the eaves, but in its central zone are three triangular zones (actually sectors of circles) which are raised, and which have strips of windows in between themselves and the rest of the roof. They meet at a point just above the altar. Looking from in front of the entrance, the left hand one is the largest, and is supported by little vertical slabs decorated with a vertical groove each. There is a double row of windows, tilted slightly backwards, and the roof sector itself also slopes backwards. The middle sector is the lowest, immediately above the left hand entrance. The right hand one is of intermediate height, and slopes also down from left to right. It slightly overlaps the middle sector.