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As an art history graduate, living in Rome for me is both magical and practical. The city’s cafes and cobblestones play on countless imaginations. And at the same time the city’s quality of being an open air museum makes it the most logical place to study Italian history, design, and culture. I have had the opportunity to study in both Florence and Rome and specialize in Renaissance architecture and the Etruscan civilization by learning out in the field and living history. It is now my great fortune to share my knowledge and passion for Italian art, architecture and culture though private walks of the eternal city and freelance travel writing.
St. Anthony’s Church was founded in 1891 by the missionaries of St. Charles (Scalabrini Fathers) a religious order established for the care of migrants and refugees around the world.
Rev. Michael Zuffoletto, Pastor / Rev. Justus Ndyamukama, In Residence
160 Court St., Buffalo, New York 14202
Telephone: (716) 854-2563
Fax: (716) 854-2564
The Per Niente Club is unique in nature. Though we call ourselves a club, we have no officers, conduct no general meetings and have no bylaws. We are long-time friends who as youngsters immersed themselves – through sports and social events – into the Italian-American culture inherited from our parents and grandparents.
That friendship, forged through years of playing baseball, basketball and football has now evolved into golf and tennis. We watched our children grow and have invited each other to their weddings. We now socialize with friendly cups of coffee and weekly dinners.