Photo Exhibit Illustrates Papal Visits to Holy Land

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Photo Exhibit Illustrates Papal Visits to Holy Land


Byline: Submitted by Archdiocese of Chicago

"Building Bridges of Faith," a photo exhibition of papal visits to the Holy Land, is on display at the McEssy Theological Resource Center on the campus of Mundelein Seminary from now through Sept. 6.

The public is invited to visit the photo exhibition of papal visits to Israel from 1964-2014 on both floors of the McEssy Theological Resource Center, which is accessed through the Feehan Memorial Library, 700 Principal Ave., on campus. The library is generally open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The "Building Bridges of Faith" exhibition features papal visits to nearly a dozen Holy Land sites, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which is recognized as the site of the crucifixion and tomb of Jesus of Nazareth; Yad Vashem, Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust; the Cenacle on Mt. Zion, traditionally held to be the site of the Last Supper; and the Western Wall.

The goal of the photo exhibit is to engage with the broader community and illustrate the positive interreligious dialogue between Catholics and Jews. The 44 historic images depict stirring scenes as well as quiet and intimate moments during visits to the Holy Land by some of the most well-traveled popes in history: Blessed Pope Paul VI, Pope Saint John Paul II, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.

The exhibit was opened with a panel discussion on June 22, and included comments from the Honorable Roey Gilad, Consul General of Israel to the Midwest; the very Reverend John F. …

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