|Sant'Alfonso de'Liguori a Labaro|
|English name:||St Alphonsus de Liguori at Labaro|
|Dedication:||Alphonsus de Liguori|
|Address:||Via della Giustiniana 245|
Sant’Alfonso de’Liguori a Labaro is a modern parish church at Via della Giustiniana 245, which is in the north of the suburb of Labaro, itself north-west of the junction between the Via Flaminia and the Circonvallazione Settentrionale. Picture of the church on Wikimedia Commons. 
The patron saint is Alphonsus-Mary de Liguori.
It was completed in 2000. The impressive modernist design is on a square plan, with a low elevation. The roof in red tiles slopes up from each side to a low, square central tower in grey concrete without windows. Two enormous concrete ribs rise along each side of the church, continue to run over the roof and terminate at the corners of the tower. A campanile in grey concrete is behind the church, undecorated except for four small windows on each side at the top, these being arranged in a square. Ancillary offices are housed in a large octagonal building surrounding an octagonal piazza to one side of the church, except for one side of the octagon which serves as a wide entrance. The way the roof of this building slopes inwards makes it somewhat resemble a stadium from the piazza.