What an awesome museum. They do an unbelievable job of documenting all the good work the Knights have done over their history.
With the artifacts for the different popes, to John Kennedy's membership application to Fr. McGivneys's clothing and Rosary.
They had a great exhibit about the work the Knights did during WWI to support the troops. They also had a great exhibit on the Irish potato famine and how that led to many Irish families coming to the USA. Being from an Irish family that emigrated, it was very interesting.
It also documented the work the Knights did after the terrorist stacks of September 11th. Made me even more proud to be a Knight, to se all the good works we as an order have done.
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