Petals of Love - The Rosary in Art and Faith is the latest exhibit at the Diocesan Heritage Center located at the Bishop Connare Center, 2900 Seminary Drive in Greensburg. Opening, Saturday, May 13, the center will showcase an exhibition of rosary inspired art and history in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions.
Msgr. Larry J. Kulick, vicar general, will preside at the opening of the exhibit with a reflection and recitation of the rosary to begin at 1:00 p.m. An exhibit tour and light refreshments will take place from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Petals of Love Exhibition Hours
Thursdays: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
First Saturdays: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
For more information about the center or the latest exhibit, please call 724-552-2505.
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The Diocesan Heritage Center, established and dedicated by the Bishop Emeritus Lawrence E. Brandt, May 13, 2014, is a repository for collecting, preserving and exhibiting the cultural, artistic, religious, intellectual and archival patrimony of the Diocese of Greensburg. This multi-dimensional enterprise is intended to be above all a ministry of evangelization, which inspires the hearts and minds of the faithful and wider community to enhance our relationship with Jesus Christ, to gain further knowledge about the Catholic faith and to acquire an awareness of the presence of the church in our lives.
Through preserving, interpreting and presenting the rich religious heritage of our forbearers in faith the center intends to inspire appreciation of our religious legacy in the present and seeks likewise to bring those who frequent the center to a greater realization of the heroic sacrifices of past generations. The center as a repository for oral and written records provides accurate documentation of the historical church. The center also serves as a resource which promotes the celebration of historic milestones in the life of the diocese and its parishes.
The Diocesan Heritage Center and its commission, as an advisory board, is committed to achieving these goals under the leadership of the diocesan bishop by engaging the clergy and laity in active and diverse ways of participation and support. This Diocesan Heritage Center is therefore intended to be not only a monument to the past but a signpost pointing the way toward a sustainably fulfilling future for us all.