|Sant'Ignazio alla Storta|
|English name:||St Ignatius at La Storta|
|Dedication:||Ignatius of Loyola|
|Address:||Piazza della Visione, La Storta|
Sant’Ignazio alla Storta is a small church at Piazza della Visione in the old village of La Storta, which is on the Via Cassia. Picture of the church on Wikimedia Commons. 
This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the diocese of Porto Santa Rufina.
It commemorates the supernatural vision granted to St Ignatius of Loyola in this place in 1537, which led him to establish the Society of Jesus as an apostolic religious order. It used to be the church for the village, until replaced by Sacri Cuori di Gesù e Mari di Porto Santa Rufina (the cathedral) in 1950.
It is a small, unpretentious single-roomed building, with the exterior all in purplish pink. The façade has two large Doric pilasters on either corner, supporting a triangular pediment. The doorway, together with two square windows on either side, are framed in grey stone. Above the door is a tablet with a dedicatory inscription. In the pediment is a horizontally ovoid window, again in grey stone, with two outline triangles on either side matching the pediment and bowed where facing the window.