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Catholic/Jewish exhibit now open at Maltz Museum

News of the Diocese

May 2, 2012

More than a mere historical exhibit, A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People is an interactive experience that allows visitors to follow in John Paul II?s footsteps from his childhood to his role as head of the world?s largest church.

The exhibit is divided into four major sections, reflecting the four periods in the pope?s life. Visitors become part of the documentary, walking through a multi-sensory experience: backdrops of enlarged photos and period postcards supporting artifacts tragic and triumphant, all set against evocative soundscapes.

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