May 2013

Knowing one’s own history in order to invest in the future: the video interview with Father Pizzaballa about the Terra Sancta Museum

Telling the story of Christianity’s roots and the places that carry its memory. This is what will be the Terra Sancta Museum in Jerusalem: a project that the Custody of the Holy Land has been investing in for a long time and that will be’presented in Milan on Tuesday, May 21, together with the team of Italian consultants, architects and museum specialists involved in the work of the Museum, whose opening is expected in 2015 .

A video interview produced by the Franciscan Media Center, in which the Custos of the Holy Land, Father Pierbattista Pizzaballa, retraces the reasons why it is worth talking about these roots and telling this story.

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