Exhibitions ’03

Gemma Galgani: the extraordinary simplicity of God

  Edited by Marina Ghilardi and Elisabetta Giussani of the “Sisters of Saint Gemma”, Paola Boncristiano, Giandomenico Mucci and Giuseppe Tognacci Santa Gemma lived at the end of the 19th ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

EL SEÑOR DE LOS MILAGROS

  Edited by Mons. Lino Panizza Richero, Gian Battista Bolis, gian Corrado Peluso, Antonio Benito, Tina Savoy, Luis Villacorta Santamat The devotion to the “Lord of Miracles” is the maximum ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

“Athenian guest, have you ever seen a happy man?”

  Edited by Giuseppe Zanetto, Professor of Greek literature, Faculty of Classical Letters, University of Milan and the students of Classical Letters of the same Faculty The exhibition is a ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

The Columns of Hercules. The extreme borders of scientific research

  Edited by Euresis The exhibition conducts to the “extremity” of the physical world known by modern science according to the three coordinates “small-great”, “cold-warm”, “empty-full”, through interactive instruments that ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Seekers of the truth. A dialogue between the Church and Scientists

  Co-ordinator Mario Gargantini. Edited by Raffaele Cossa, Gabriele Mangiarotti, Lorenzo Mazzoni, Franco Parrocchetti.Consultation of S.E. Mons. Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, Father Gorge Coyne, Professor Luigi Negri, Professor Alberto Strumia, Professor ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Fatima: in the heart of history

  Co-ordinator Isabel Maria Arcada Cardoso, “Pedro Hispano-Lisbona” Cultural Centre “…among all the people of the universe you are a vivacious spring of hope, you are a continuous source of ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Giovanni Testori: an impassioned life

  Edited by Giovanni Testori Association The exhibition, addressed to a heterogeneous public, has been conceived to make the life and work of the writer Giovanni Testori known. It reproduces ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

The mission of Rome in history

  Co-ordinator Martino Feyles and University of Clu, Rome Rome’s destiny seems marked since its origin. A destiny of greatness. Rome is the eternal city destined to unify the world ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Michelangelo.

  Edited by Marco Rossi and Alessandror Rovetta, in collaboration with the students of Letters of the Catholic University in Milan. The exhibition analyses the life and the artistic production ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Clandestine space

  Edited by Davide Rondoni A space of happening devoted to the young people with readings of poetry and literary texts. This year there are two relevant news: a space ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

The Lord of the rings: the company, the work, the return

  Exhibition in Piazzale Fellini (Meeting sea) edited by Laura Crush Ramosino, Paolo Gulisano, Marco Meschini, Andrea Monda, Saverio Simonelli. Images by Angel Bussacchini, Andrew Mutti. With the collaboration of ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

In an only body. St. Benedict, a living tradition

  Edited by the Monaci Benedettini of Cascinazza The purpose of the exhibition is to let the public know how the charisma of St. Benedict was born and its presence ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003

Things that have to happen. The Apocalypse of St. John

  Edited by Fraternità Sacerdotale San Carlo Borromeo, Rome We generally think of the apocalypse in catastrophic terms. The immediate obscurity of its images discourages most of the readers. Apocalypse ... Read More
24/08/2003
30/08/2003