Vatican Museums website gets new look - Perspectives Daily

January 23, 2017
The Vatican Museums launched a new website on Monday, January 23rd, available in 5 languages and mobile friendly. Its recently appointed director, Barbara Jatta, said their plan is to feature over 200 000 pieces of art work on the website by the end of the year. The Pope celebrated Mass last Saturday for the closing of the Jubilee of the Order of Preachers, who had been commemorating their 800th anniversary. He also received members of the Vatican tribunal and spoke about the need for better marriage preparation and for the Church to continuously accompany engaged couples and newlyweds.
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