The Knights of Columbus Museum’s “Guadalupe” exhibit is scheduled to close June 6.
Now is the time to stop in for a visit to see the colorful and historic Marian art.
In December 1531, on a remote hill in central Mexico, earth encountered heaven.
The vestige of that meeting, a miraculous image, has inspired the faith and influenced the culture of generations of people throughout the Western Hemisphere for nearly 500 years.
Following its annual convention in August, 2009, the Knights of Columbus sponsored an International Marian Congress in Phoenix.
The K of C assembled a number of historic works of art that interpreted the story or the famous tilma image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The art show was then reprised at the K of C Museum, opening with a lively and joyful fiesta on Sept. 9, featuring a procession through the streets of downtown New Haven.
Besides the quality and diversity of the artwork, is the history and message of this famous Marian apparition, which remains timely and relevant today.
The K of C Museum is free and open to the public.
Visit the Guadalupe exhibit before June 6.
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