Milan cathedral fundraising approach: adopt-a-gargoyle
Catholic World News - November 19, 2012
Gargoyles in Milan’s famed cathedral, the Duomo, are being put up for “adoption” to raise funds for needed renovations to the building.
In return for a donation of $123,000, a donor can have his name engraved on one of the 135 gargoyles of the cathedral.
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