|Santa Maria delle Grazie al Trionfale|
|English name:||St Mary of Graces at Trionfale|
|Dedication:||Blessed Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Graces)|
|Address:||Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie 5|
Santa Maria delle Grazie al Trionfale is a modern parish and titular church at Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie 5, in the Trionfale district. It is just north-west of the Vatican, and near the Cipro metro station. Picture of the church at Wikimedia Commons. 
The exterior is neo-Romanesque in pinkish-grey brick. The façade is two-storey. There are three entrance doors, corresponding to nave and aisles, and each of these is flanked by a pair of pilasters without capitals. These have stepped edges, and these edges are continued horizontally at top and bottom so as to give the effect of four sunken panels, two either side of the main door and two small ones above the side door. The false architrave, set below the roofline of the aisles, is in stone and bears the name of the church. There is a statue of an angel at each corner of the lower façade. The upper storey has four pilasters without capitals, with a triangular pediment and a small window also with a triangular pediment. There is a campanile, with its main body panelled to match the façade.
The interior is mostly in white, especially the flat ceiling which displays the coat of arms of Pope Pius XII. The aisle pillars are square, but have half-columns in green marble attached to either side. The apse is embellished with pilasters in pink, and these are continued in the conch so as to meet at a point on the inside of the apse arch.
The church contains several items salvaged from its demolished predecessor. Most famous is the Byzantine icon of Our Lady, Mother of Graces which has recently been provided with its own chapel. The richly Baroque Marian altar (the old high altar) and the Sacred Heart altar are also salvage, as is the painting of the Madonna and Child ascribed to Maratta.
Above the aisle pillars are fourteen frescoes depicting the Mysteries of the Rosary by Giuseppe Ciotti, and there is a painting by Umberto Colonna of Our Lady appearing to Pope Pius V.