OSSINING, N.Y. – The Maryknoll Museum Of Living Mission in Ossining is hosting a new exhibit, “The Maryknoll Society’s Causes For Beatification And Canonization,” that follows the path to sainthood of four Maryknoll priests.
The museum is at the Maryknoll Mission Center and the exhibit will be on view through May 2015.
Featured in the exhibit are Maryknoll co-founders Bishop James A. Walsh of Cambridge, Mass. and the Rev. Thomas F. Price of Wilmington, N.C.; Bishop Francis X. Ford of Brooklyn, Maryknoll’s first seminarian who was martyred in China; and the Rev. Vincent R. Capodanno of Staten Island, a U.S. Navy chaplain killed in action in Vietnam.
The museum is open from Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.
The Maryknoll Museum of Living Mission is at 55 Ryder Avenue. Click here for more information or directions.
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