The church is served by the Priests of the Sacred Heart.
on the right from the Piazza del Popolo
528 Via del Corso
The twin churches were built on the orders of Pope Alexander VII after his predecessors had constructed the Piazza del Popolo.
The first architect was Carlo Rainaldi, and work was continued by Bernini and Carlo Fontana.
At first it seems identical to its sister church, but there are differences.
Both have a portico with a classical tympanon, and are covered by a dome with fish-scale tiles.
The church has a circular plan and an octagonal dome.
first chapel on the right-hand side
It has an altar dedicated to Our Lady of Betharram, named after a shrine near Lourdes.
The order of Priests of the Sacred Heart was founded at Betharram.
There is a reproduction of Renoir's Madonna at Betharram, but the quality is not the best.
The bell tower is good example of the Baroque style.
The statues on the facade depict various saints.
At the high altar you can see the miraculous image of the Blessed Virgin which has given the church its name.