The parish church of Gesù Maestro is located in Via Nomentana (at km 17.8) in Tor Lupara, a village within the municipality of Fonte Nuova. It was consecrated by the bishop of Sabina e Poggio Mirteto on September 10, 1967 and immediately proved to be too small for the congregation, but it was only four decades later that it was expanded. All that remains of the old structure is the skeleton in reinforced concrete to which two lateral naves were added. The new church was consecrated by Mons. Salvatore Boccaccio, bishop of Sabina e Poggio Mirteto on October 17, 1999. During the extension work, services were held in a chapel in the institute run by nuns in Via 1° Maggio in Tor Lupara. On the façade is a colonnade with twelve columns symbolizing the twelve apostles. Inscribed on the colonnade is: Ego sum via et veritas et vita (I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life). Above the main door is the crest of the then-bishop, Salvatore Boccaccio. The rose window is square and divided into four sections by a cross. Next to the right side of the entrance is a manmade grotto with the statue of Our Lady of Fatima and another statue of a woman praying. The interior has three naves. The central motif of the interior is the Paschal, or Easter Triduum. The right chapel has a mosaic depicting two angels flanking the tabernacle. It was based on a drawing by Gigliola Ferroni and created by Opificio Romano. Over the secondary entrance on the right side of the church is a canvas by Raimondo Madau of the Last Supper and the rite of the Eucharist. The right side depicts Good Friday. The left chapel houses the baptismal font. Above the secondary entrance on the left side of the church is a canvas by Agata Pistone Etna of the Crucifixion (the work was formerly kept in the presbytery). The left part of the church portrays the events of Easter. On the presbytery was a terracotta of the risen Christ. The imaginary straight lines between the three works form a triangle, presumably representing the Trinity. Currently, the terracotta has been replaced by a mosaic of the same subject. Christ is depicted within an oval, probably representing the eye of God, from which a cross made of travertine tiles emerges. Next to the baptismal font is the choir stall. Next to this can still be found a secondary chapel. Above the altar is a stained glass window with a dove representing the Holy Ghost. Each of the ten other windows in the central nave portrays a saint chosen according to specific criteria.