Benedictine Sisters open new Haehn Museum exhibit on nature photography

The Haehn Museum’s 2024 exhibit, “The Earth is Full of God’s Riches,” opened to the public April 4. This exhibit showcases the nature photography of Benedictine Sisters Carleen Schomer, Karen Streveler, Linda Dusek and Nancy Bauer. After touring the museum, guests are invited to visit Whitby Gift Shop, where many items handmade by sisters and other artisans are available for purchase.

The Art and Heritage Place, which houses the Haehn Museum and Whitby Gift Shop, is open Tuesdays through Fridays from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (It will be closed from Tuesday, June 4, through Friday, June 7.) Visits outside regular hours may be arranged, as requested. For more information, contact Sister Judy Kramer, director of the Haehn Museum, at 320-363-1605.

Featured photo “Fox kits” by Benedictine Sister Nancy Bauer.


Author: The Central Minnesota Catholic

The Central Minnesota Catholic is the magazine for the Diocese of St. Cloud.

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