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Keeping you connected to Rome

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If you are missing travel, and especially Rome, I am creating tons of content to keep you connected.

Daily Walks

I recently started live Daily Walks, where I bring you along while I’m out and about. This is streamed live to Facebook or Instagram and various times throughout the day. Check out my most recent episode as I walk through a deserted Saint Peter’s Basilica.

Recent Daily Walks Video Episodes
Post Confession Saint Peter’s Basilica and Piazza

Tipsy Tuesday Walk Home: Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiore, several churches

Rome in the Rain: Saint Peter’s Square and Castel Sant’Angelo

The Catholic Traveler Podcast

The Catholic Traveler Podcast is on its fourth weekly episode. This one was recorded at Saint Paul Outside the Walls. If you could give this new podcast a rating on iTunes, that would be a huge help.

Recent Podcast Episodes
Saint Paul Outside the Walls

Saint Mary Major

Scala Santa

Tipsy Tuesday and Second Cup Saturday

Tipsy Tuesday and Second Cup Saturday are streamed live to Facebook and Instagram every week from bars and cafes around the city. Hear the sounds of Italians going about their days with coffee shop and bar noises in the background as I share stories and give updates on the situation here.

Recent Tipsy Tuesday Video Episodes
Tipsy with a View – and a Wife

No Politics Election Day Tipsy Stroll

Creepy Things in and Around Rome

Recent Second Cup Saturday Video Episodes
Virus Updates, Coffee Tips, and Homeschool from Sant’Eustachio

New Furniture, a Curfew, and an Expensive Cappuccino from Caffè Greco

Lockdown Rumors, No Furniture, and Pope Controversy from Foodie Cafe

Patron Events

And finally, another live patron event is coming up this Saturday. It’s a cooking class where we show you how to make one of our favorite dishes, bucatini all’Amatriciana. Not a patron yet? You can join right here. My patrons enable me to create and share all of this content with you. I am forever grateful to be able to continue bringing you Catholic Rome during this ridiculous year.