|“||This building is the Church of Forgotten Saints. It's not actually a church; it's an oratory. It was built in the nineteenth century by a community of Catholic priests living in the area. They were rather odd. They worshipped a collection of saint who have all fallen into obscurity. You'd be amazed how many saints there are who we've completely forgotten about||”|
—Julia Rothman explains the Church of Forgotten Saints
The Church of Forgotten Saints appears in the novel Scorpia.
It is located in a poverty stricken area of London in the United Kingdom.
It is a classical oratory with a bronze dome greened with age, it seems more suited for Rome or Venice. Two huge, cracked pillars support a triangular roof over the main entrance and statues line the steps and are dotted across the roof, although these are in a state of disrepair. The church was built in the nineteenth century by a community of Catholic priests who worshipped a collection of saints fallen into obscurity, such as St. Fiacre, the patron saint of gardeners and taxi drivers.