|English name:||St Albert the Great|
|Dedication:||Albert the Great|
|Address:||Via delle Vigne Nuove 653|
Sant'Alberto Magno is a modern parish church Via delle Vigne Nuove 653 in the district of Vigne Nuove which is north of Tufello.
It was built in 1983 in a vernacular post-modernist style that recalls a mediaeval castle but which is still recognizably of the Eighties. The plan is of a square with the major axis of the church being a diagonal. The walls are blank and in grey, and on each corner of the square is a squat square tower with a low pitched roof having a gable for each side. From the corners of the roof run black drainpipes which stand free from the walls. In the outer face of each tower is a large rectangular stained glass window, above which is a small round window tucked under the gable. To one side stands a tall campanile in the same style as the corner towers, but taller and with a pyramidal cap of steep pitch. The bell openings are of the same rectangular form as the tower windows, and the corners of campanile and towers are done in light tan brickwork. There is tall lantern in the middle of the church roof, on the plan of a square with smaller squares cut out of the corners to form a cross. This has the same sort of roof as the towers, and large windows that run into the roof gables.