Curator’s Choice

John Vianney

Widely known as the Curé of Ars, St. John Vianney (1789-1859) is the patron of parish priests. He earned renown throughout his native France and beyond for his teaching and spiritual guidance as a confessor. He was canonized in 1925. This portrait is from the American College at Louvain, a former U.S. seminary in Belgium.


Current Exhibitions

Service & Charity in the Civil War

In 2015, the United States of America marks the 150th anniversary of the end of its Civil War (1861-1865). The Knights of Columbus Museum commemorates the occasion with Answering the Call, an exhibition featuring profiles of Catholic soldiers, chaplains, and religious (nurses) during the four-year conflict.

Answering the Call Video