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Past Exhibitions Have Featured:
Christmas at The Museum
Year after year, the Christmas season continues to be the most popular time to visit The Museum of Catholic Art and History, in large part due to our extensive collection of Nativity scenes from all over the world.
Light & Stone: A Gallery of Romanesque Architecture
American photographers Dennis Aubrey and PJ Aubrey are the official photographers for the American Friends of Chartres, documenting the multi-year restoration of the Gothic masterpiece Notre Dame de Chartres. They have photographed about 850 Romanesque and Gothic churches in France and Spain, capturing over 150,000.
Santa’s True Heart: The Christmas Paintings of Chris Ryckman
Chris Ryckman, a recently retired physician, grew up loving Norman Rockwell’s pieces and the stories they told. Following this inspiration, Chris’s paintings aim to restore Santa to his origin of holiness—a point that should be obvious since “Santa,” in Italian, means “holy.”
The LEGO Vatican
Father Bob Simon is the artist behind the LEGO® brick Vatican Model. Fr. Simon has been a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania, for 27 years. He was inspired to begin this project in preparation and celebration of the Pastoral Visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia.
Eucharistic Miracle Display
Experience the wonder and awe of miracles around the world! Our Eucharistic Miracles Of The World display is a beautiful, prayerful exhibition. It’s well worth the time to walk through and read about miraculous events from the farthest corners of the earth.
Celebration of Life: The Sculptural Work of Alfred Tibor
Alfred Tibor is a Columbus artist internationally recognized for his sculptures included in museums and private collections worldwide. In addition, his pieces are included in Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.
Sadao Watanabe: The Bible in Japanese Prints:
Sadao Watanabe was Japan’s foremost Christian artist of the twentieth century. He dedicated his life to making stories within the Bible more understandable and relatable to Japanese culture. For Watanabe, his work was a form of worship.