|Santa Maria Immacolata e San Giuseppe Benedetto Labre|
|English name:||St Mary Immaculate and St Benedict Joseph Labre|
|Dedication:||Blessed Virgin Mary, St Benedict Joseph Labre|
|Built:||Early 20th century|
|Address:||Via Taranto 51|
The church is situated so that the façade looks out diagonally over a crossroads. It is of white stone, having a nave, very narrow aisles and a protruding entrance loggia with three arches and a sloping roof that occupies the entire width of the nave. Above this is an arched window with three round-headed lights topped by a mosaic of the head of Christ. There is a low bell-tower in brick to one side of the body of the church, with a statue of Our Lady in the three-arched bell opening visible from the street.
The interior has a wooden ceiling, and galleries. The apse has two mosaics one above the other, of the Crucifixion and Mary Immaculate in Glory. The side walls have mosaic representations of the Stations of the Cross.