Very Rev. Mark Morozowich , interim provost, was quoted in a story on the upcoming Picturing Mary exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. See below.
From: Arlington Catholic Herald Date: Nov. 19, 2014 Author: Christine Stoddard
"Picturing Mary" was made possible due to NMWA's partnerships with MondoMostre in Rome, the Embassy of Italy and Catholic University in Washington. Catholic U. has developed additional programming in honor of the exhibit, from productions of medieval Corpus Christi plays to readings of Marian poems in modern and medieval languages.
Alejandra Segura, one of the exhibit's private donors, said that "Picturing Mary" will allow for the "beautiful possibility of not only evangelizing but re-evangelizing."
"The Blessed Virgin Mary inspires so many people because of her central role in salvation history," said Father Mark Morozowich, interim provost of Catholic U. "The centrality of a woman's consent in bringing about the incarnation and salvation emphasize her unique place in society and the world."
"Picturing Mary," whose opening was timed to celebrate the feast of the Immaculate Conception Dec. 8, will be shown exclusively at the NMWA. When it closes, the works will be returned to their respective institutions, perhaps never to be seen in Washington again.
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