The Figurative Terracotta Figurines of the Egyptian Gregorian Museum
Many of you know about the vast art collection of the Vatican Museums. Today we will enter the Gregorian Egyptian Museum to see the restoration of the figurative terracotta...
Melanie / 0 / 08th Oct 2022
Our Restoration Projects and much more
Dear Patrons and Friends, Hard work never stops and while part of our staff is travelling North America to increase Patrons' membership and expand giving opportunities, here in Rome...
Melanie / 0 / 14th Mar 2022
Two Shields From Rwanda
Dear Patrons and Friends,We have rectified the list of chapters that funded the two Rwanda shields restoration project, please find it below and join us for this week's e-parcel....
Melanie / 0 / 24th Jan 2022
A Special Year Behind Us – Welcome 2022
Dear Patrons and Friends, 2021 was filled with its own set of challenges for all of us. Nevertheless let us look back and see what we accomplished together for...
Melanie / 0 / 06th Jan 2022
Dear Patrons and friends, Just when we thought things would resume to “normal”, the lights of Christmas seem dimmed this year too by the pandemic. Yet, all the more...
Melanie / 0 / 24th Dec 2021
California Chapter Visit to Rome
Dear Patrons and Friends, Our chapters' visits don't stop, we keep welcoming visitors from all over the world and we could not be happier. The treasures kept in the...
Melanie / 0 / 21st Oct 2021
Patrons in the U.S.A.
When not traveling internationally to Rome, many of our Patrons enjoy a summer vacation in New England.This summer, Fr. Kevin Lixey had the pleasure to meet with several members...
Melanie / 0 / 07th Aug 2021
We ❤ crowdfunding!
Dear Patrons and Friends, the Histories of Santa Barbara is our second crowdfunding restoration project and thanks to you we are over halfway to our goal... Currently, the four...
Melanie / 0 / 23rd Jul 2021
Welcoming you back!
Dear Patrons and Friends,As you know the Vatican Museums reopened to visitors on May 3. This re-opening came after the third closure since the outbreak of the pandemic in...
Melanie / 0 / 15th Jul 2021