The name is almost larger than this little oratorio tucked away in a corner of Campo San Angelo. It seems you must have luck on your side to find it open.
The church of Sant’Angelo the Lame (Zoppi) was founded in the 10th century, and was associated with a confraternity that cared for disabled sailors and which provided a dowry of 10 ducats on the occasion of the marriage of a daughter of a member. The church was demolished by the Austrians in 1837, leaving only the oratorio and convent.
The interior of the oratorio invites a quiet stay for prayer or reflection. A statue from the 1800s, of San Antonio di Padova is found to your right as you enter the side door. A wooden crucifix from the 1500s hangs between many votive offerings.
Stained glass windows on several walls allow colourful light to enter the oratorio.
Going back outside, you can admire the little bell on the oratorio roof.
And, part of one of the stained glass windows can be seen from this end of the oratory.