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Catholic Museum and the Archbishop Lamy Commemorative Garden

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MikeB1952 wrote a review Feb 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado792 contributions448 helpful votes
I had read that the Santa Fe Archdiocese had a museum with artifacts dating to the early founding of the Catholic Church in Santa Fe. We inquired and were shown where the Museum is. It’s in an old building off to one side of the Cathedral and across the parking lot. We walked to the unassuming building and pushed the buzzer. A nice fellow ushered us in and showed us to the Museum rooms. There were about a half dozen rooms each with their own displays. Of interest were the Archbishops of the Santa Fe Diocese. There have been fourteen. Each was highlighted along with the vestments of the early ones. In addition were artifacts from the history of Diocese. The Museum, while not extensive was interesting. Of note, apparently they have an archive into which they allow research with a prior appointment. Like a mini-Vatican. I’m glad we availed ourselves of the Museum. Allowed for a more extensive feel for Santa Fe.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mikejack52pe wrote a review Aug 2017
Rio Rancho, New Mexico557 contributions156 helpful votes
We were walking through the parking lot near the cathedral and noticed that there is a small museum hidden off to the side. It is open only on weekdays during business hours and closed for lunch. It contains historic artifacts from the diocese such as original vestments worn by Fr Lamy, chalices and historical photos as well as a model of the cathedral with a timeline of its history. You can leisurely view the entire museum in about 15 minutes.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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505QueenBee wrote a review Oct 2015
Santa Fe, New Mexico369 contributions146 helpful votes
Include the garden in your visit to the cathedral. It is very small, however, it is beautiful and a nice tribute to Lamy. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2015
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