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    World War I: Beyond the Front Lines World War I: Beyond the Front Lines World War I: Beyond the Front Lines World War I: Beyond the Front Lines World War I: Beyond the Front Lines

    Fought from 1914-1918, World War I was the modern world’s first international conflict. Nearly 11 million soldiers were killed, and the war’s death toll including civilians approached 20 million. The exhibition provided a historical retrospective of the war including interactives, images and artifacts from the Knights of Columbus archives and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center collection, as well as items from private lenders and institutions.

    Fought from 1914-1918, World War I was the modern world’s first international conflict. Nearly 11 million soldiers were killed, and the war’s death toll including civilians approached 20 million. The exhibition provided a historical retrospective of the war including interactives, images and artifacts from the Knights of Columbus archives and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center collection, as well as items from private lenders and institutions.

    Fought from 1914-1918, World War I was the modern world’s first international conflict. Nearly 11 million soldiers were killed, and the war’s death toll including civilians approached 20 million. The exhibition provided a historical retrospective of the war including interactives, images and artifacts from the Knights of Columbus archives and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center collection, as well as items from private lenders and institutions.

    Fought from 1914-1918, World War I was the modern world’s first international conflict. Nearly 11 million soldiers were killed, and the war’s death toll including civilians approached 20 million. The exhibition provided a historical retrospective of the war including interactives, images and artifacts from the Knights of Columbus archives and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center collection, as well as items from private lenders and institutions.

    Fought from 1914-1918, World War I was the modern world’s first international conflict. Nearly 11 million soldiers were killed, and the war’s death toll including civilians approached 20 million. The exhibition provided a historical retrospective of the war including interactives, images and artifacts from the Knights of Columbus archives and Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center collection, as well as items from private lenders and institutions.

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    Christmas in Europe Christmas in Europe Christmas in Europe Christmas in Europe Christmas in Europe

    For the 15th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – Christmas exhibition examines the traditions and art unique to the celebration of Jesus’ birth in a particular world region. Christianity is observed across the European continent, but its holiday customs vary widely. Visit the museum November 16, 2019, to February 2, 2020, to tour the exhibit and explore Christmas in Europe.

    For the 15th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – Christmas exhibition examines the traditions and art unique to the celebration of Jesus’ birth in a particular world region. Christianity is observed across the European continent, but its holiday customs vary widely. Visit the museum November 16, 2019, to February 2, 2020, to tour the exhibit and explore Christmas in Europe.

    For the 15th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – Christmas exhibition examines the traditions and art unique to the celebration of Jesus’ birth in a particular world region. Christianity is observed across the European continent, but its holiday customs vary widely. Visit the museum November 16, 2019, to February 2, 2020, to tour the exhibit and explore Christmas in Europe.

    For the 15th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – Christmas exhibition examines the traditions and art unique to the celebration of Jesus’ birth in a particular world region. Christianity is observed across the European continent, but its holiday customs vary widely. Visit the museum November 16, 2019, to February 2, 2020, to tour the exhibit and explore Christmas in Europe.

    For the 15th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – Christmas exhibition examines the traditions and art unique to the celebration of Jesus’ birth in a particular world region. Christianity is observed across the European continent, but its holiday customs vary widely. Visit the museum November 16, 2019, to February 2, 2020, to tour the exhibit and explore Christmas in Europe.

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    Christmas in Poland Christmas in Poland

    Christmas in Poland Christmas in Poland Christmas in Poland Christmas in Poland Christmas in Poland

    For the 14th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – is showcasing the art and traditions of a world region as the focus of its annual Christmas exhibition. The celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 is celebrated around the globe, with distinct customs and art forms in various countries and regions. This year the focus is on Poland, celebrating its 100th anniversary of independence. The show opens November 17, 2018.

    For the 14th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – is showcasing the art and traditions of a world region as the focus of its annual Christmas exhibition. The celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 is celebrated around the globe, with distinct customs and art forms in various countries and regions. This year the focus is on Poland, celebrating its 100th anniversary of independence. The show opens November 17, 2018.

    For the 14th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – is showcasing the art and traditions of a world region as the focus of its annual Christmas exhibition. The celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 is celebrated around the globe, with distinct customs and art forms in various countries and regions. This year the focus is on Poland, celebrating its 100th anniversary of independence. The show opens November 17, 2018.

    For the 14th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – is showcasing the art and traditions of a world region as the focus of its annual Christmas exhibition. The celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 is celebrated around the globe, with distinct customs and art forms in various countries and regions. This year the focus is on Poland, celebrating its 100th anniversary of independence. The show opens November 17, 2018.

    For the 14th consecutive year, the Knights of Columbus Museum – now the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center – is showcasing the art and traditions of a world region as the focus of its annual Christmas exhibition. The celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 is celebrated around the globe, with distinct customs and art forms in various countries and regions. This year the focus is on Poland, celebrating its 100th anniversary of independence. The show opens November 17, 2018.

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    Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World

    Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World Peace on Earth: Crèches of the World

    November 18, 2017 - February 19, 2018

    This Christmas exhibition featured more than 65 Nativity scenes from across the globe, celebrating the diversity of cultures that created them and the history of Christianity in their regions. The majority of the exhibition featured crèches from the center’s own collection, including Polish szopki, stone sculptures from Zimbabwe and Hummel figurines. Also included were crèches on loan from Glencairn Museum (Pennsylvania), the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the Loyola University Museum of Art (Illinois), and Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (Québec).

    November 18, 2017 - February 19, 2018

    This Christmas exhibition featured more than 65 Nativity scenes from across the globe, celebrating the diversity of cultures that created them and the history of Christianity in their regions. The majority of the exhibition featured crèches from the center’s own collection, including Polish szopki, stone sculptures from Zimbabwe and Hummel figurines. Also included were crèches on loan from Glencairn Museum (Pennsylvania), the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the Loyola University Museum of Art (Illinois), and Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (Québec).

    November 18, 2017 - February 19, 2018

    This Christmas exhibition featured more than 65 Nativity scenes from across the globe, celebrating the diversity of cultures that created them and the history of Christianity in their regions. The majority of the exhibition featured crèches from the center’s own collection, including Polish szopki, stone sculptures from Zimbabwe and Hummel figurines. Also included were crèches on loan from Glencairn Museum (Pennsylvania), the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the Loyola University Museum of Art (Illinois), and Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (Québec).

    November 18, 2017 - February 19, 2018

    This Christmas exhibition featured more than 65 Nativity scenes from across the globe, celebrating the diversity of cultures that created them and the history of Christianity in their regions. The majority of the exhibition featured crèches from the center’s own collection, including Polish szopki, stone sculptures from Zimbabwe and Hummel figurines. Also included were crèches on loan from Glencairn Museum (Pennsylvania), the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the Loyola University Museum of Art (Illinois), and Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (Québec).

    November 18, 2017 - February 19, 2018

    This Christmas exhibition featured more than 65 Nativity scenes from across the globe, celebrating the diversity of cultures that created them and the history of Christianity in their regions. The majority of the exhibition featured crèches from the center’s own collection, including Polish szopki, stone sculptures from Zimbabwe and Hummel figurines. Also included were crèches on loan from Glencairn Museum (Pennsylvania), the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton (Ohio), the Loyola University Museum of Art (Illinois), and Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (Québec).

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