National Geographic recently published a delightful piece highlighting a unique perspective on the Vatican Museums.
Dr. Barbara Jatta discusses the enormity and the wonder, the diversity and minutia of overseeing the Vatican Collection and communicating the faith that’s at its core.
Texas Patrons of the Arts Pilgrimage to Rome & Orvieto – Please contact us for more info! Book Online: ctscentral.net/booking/?tripcode=10962&groupcode=6452
Although it’s not as inspiring as watching Father Nathaniel present the details of the upcoming Rome trip in person, be sure to watch this online version of his presentation and to contact us if you want to register for the trip or if you need any more information:
On April 9th, the Texas Chapter will be hosting a meeting for Patron members in Dallas. During this brief presentation, we will explain three key things: What it Means to be a Member We encourage members to bring a guest. This evening is meant to attract new members and remind current Patrons just how significant […]
The Texas Chapter’s first event of the year, planned by Lori Wrinkle, was The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. This event was held on the night of March 6th at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas and was a huge success. Our twenty-six members that […]