It seems like such a small part of the Roman landscape that you could so easily walk past it, dwarfed by the splendor of the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj of which it is but an apartment.
As you ascend the three (long) flights of stairs, however, the grandeur of the building comes into view.
The Centre contains a large library for those interested in studying the history and theology of the Anglican Church. The Centre is also the home of David & Margie Richardson. David, a former Dean of Melbourne, is currently the representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Holy See.
David announced his retirement from this role on Tuesday. He will be leaving Rome after Easter 2013.
The Richardsons gave a reception for the conference delegates and their partners in the Centre’s splendid surroundings.