The museum defies description. Don't judge a book by its cover when entering the parking lot - logistically, it is easier to enter through the back door than the front.
Located in an old Catholic school, there are more items than I can begin to list. Relics from several saints and Popes, their collection is overwhelming. You can tell this is a labor of love - there are no hard solicitations or even donation boxes, which might be a good idea to start including in the tour. They have a very small gift shop set up with rosaries and crucifixes - many of the rosaries are over 100 years old.
As a Catholic, the museum is spectacular. Family friendly and fascinating.
As a side note, museum founder Father Lutz arrived and gave us an incredible guided tour.
The 9-year old and two teenagers in our group loved him!
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