HUNGARY: IN MILAN, AN EXHIBITION ABOUT ST STEPHEN, FOUNDER OF THE STATE
(Sir Europe - Bratislava) – On Monday 19th March, the cloister of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan will host an exhibition organised by Milan’s university and the Catholic university “Peter Pazmany” of Piliscsaba. The exhibition will present the life and work of St Stephen of Hungary, the founder of the Hungarian State. The exhibition will open at 05.00 pm in the Great Hall of the University: people may visit the exhibition, which, in addition to the Saint’s life, will also showcase the history of the Hungarian people, the saints of Hungary and the Hungarian Millennium. Covered with ancient and modern pictures, the panels were designed and developed by the students of the Catholic university “Peter Pazmany” and by the Communion and Liberation movement of Budapest in summer 2010. Nearly two years ago, the exhibition was prepared for the Rimini Meeting and, according to tradition, the panels were not only displayed but also explained by the young people involved in the project. From this perspective, a group of students from the two universities will be there to explain the Milan’s exhibition to visitors who want to learn more about it. The organisers hope the travelling exhibition may also be taken to other cities across Italy.