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Glossary: John Giuliani

John Giuliani, the son of Italian immigrants developed an early interest in drawing which led him to study art at Pratt Institute in New York. Soon his religious calling took precedence, and he was ordained as a Catholic priest, temporarily putting aside his art to give his life to the church as a chaplain and priest while continuing to study the humanities.

Father Giuliani is the 2007 recipient of the Mother Theresa Award for Religious Art. In 2001 he was honored to be asked to create the banner for the annual Pallio in Italy. His work has been exhibited at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Marian Institute in Dayton, Ohio, the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis and at the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Several dozens of his work are in private collections throughout the country.

Website: The Amalia & Nicola Giuliani Foundation for Religion and the Arts

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