Vatican art exhibit salutes 60th anniversary of Pope's ordination
CWN - June 17, 2011
The Vatican will host the works by 60 artists this summer, in an exhibition celebrating the 60th anniversary of Pope Benedict’s ordination to the priesthood.
The exhibit—which will include painting, sculpture, architecture, poetry, music, film, and jewelry design—will be shown in the atrium of the Paul VI auditorium. Formally opened by the Pontiff on July 4, it will be open to the public through September 4.
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