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"Angels and heroes Leadership Dinner" on Tuesday, November

OUR FUNDRAISING EVENT

Dear Patrons of the Arts,  The National Board of Trustees will host a business fundraiser on at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC..  This event will honor special guests who have support our museum and selected heroes who will share their  leadership experiences  with us  and meet extraordinary artists who have painted religious works and sculpted great works of art.

For invitation and more info. Please reach us at  catholicart@aol.com



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NMCAL artworks are inspired by real historical events!

This  painting depicts the Declaration of Independence. Charles Caroll of Carollton was a Catholic and a wealthy Maryland planter and early advocate of the Independence from Great Britain and one of the signers of the American Declaration of Independence. He is one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.  


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NMCAL has exhibited many historical  portraits of famous Catholics such as Archbishop John Carroll,  President John Kennedy, Archbishop Fulton Sheen, many Popes  and  Saints

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"Maternal Bond" by Timothy Schmalz

Coming up our Christmas Unveiling of the Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus

NMCAL will be announcing soon our special unveiling of this life-size bronze piece of "Maternal Bond" By Timothy Schmalz.   Tim Schmalz is a  global sculptor and monument builder for over 30 years.   On September 29th, 2019, he  unveiled his " Angels Unawares" for  Pope Francis at St Peter's Square  for thousands of pilgrims in Vatican City.  We are proud to have Timothy Schmalz work in NMCAL current exhibitions. He is also known around the world for his " life size bronze "Homeless Jesus." Join our email list today and receive updates on our special exhibits!



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To be invited to this special event  please  email us  at Catholicart @aol.com