After one month closed to the public, the Good Shepherd Museum celebrated its reopening last Sunday 2nd April with a particular event: “Museum, poetry & organ”.
Following the Angevine week devoted to poetry “Le Printemps des poètes” with the theme of Africa, the Congregation invited the visitors to discover some parts of the Museum, for this special afternoon, in the company of three poets from Angers, on the theme “Beyond Borders”.
This poetic stroll concluded with a grande finale in the Good Shepherd Chapel with poetry reading accompanied by organ music.
The event, which gathered around 50 people, was created in collaboration with the association of the “Friends of the organs in the Doutre” and with the kind participation of three poets. Two local poets: Marie Gandon and André Martin and Julien Kilanga, brother in law of the Bishop of Kolwesi where our sisters serve in the Democratic Republic of Congo.