The Assisi Museum of Memory continues its journey in the United States

The Assisi Museum of Memory continues its journey in the United States

The Museum of Memory, Assisi 1943-1944 continues its journey in the United States. According to what the foundation explained in a note, last year’s mission to the United States “is bearing fruit” given that “the exhibition will be shown in Italian and English that tells about 300 Jews rescued in the Seraphic city during World War II.” In many Catholic schools on Long Island.” “Thanks to the cooperation with the Pave The Way Foundation and DeSales Madia and the mission of our Head of International Relations Monsignor Antoni Figueiredo to the United States last August – explains Museum Director Marina Rosati – a series of collaborations have been activated “And in particular with the body equivalent to our regional school office, to make known this extraordinary welcome page. During the years of the terrible Holocaust there were also flashes of light and the story of Assisi is one of them.”

a tour “We are proud that the city and its valuable history and heritage can be known more, beyond the enormous legacy of Saint Francis. Moreover – adds Rosati – the fact that all materials are also in Italian is a way to disseminate and popularize our language and culture. It is no coincidence that the Museum throughout May 2022 at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York, attracting tangible interest.” Following St. Rose of Lima Parish (Massapequa) and St. Anthony HS (Millville), the museum will be at St. John the Baptist DHS (West Islip) and then at Kellenberg Memorial High School (Uniondale), reaching more than six thousand students. “We are happy that children can visit the museum – especially now when the story of Assisi, the Jews welcomed and saved, should be a lesson in this dramatic moment for the Holy Land,” says Monsignor Figueiredo.

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