We offer a flexible schedule for youth and adult programs and retreats. These programs are tailored to meet the needs of people with differing interests, goals, and time commitments. The museum itself provides a wealth of information about the Catholic Faith through a detailed historical encounter of the Church.
To see the entire museum, please plan for at least a one hour visit. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
The Jubilee Museum is hosting its first ever Lenten Mission! Fr. Joseph Tuscan, OFM Cap. will give a mission entitled “Saints of the Church: Models and Methods for Overcoming Sin & Division” Topics for each night include: 1) Blessed Solanus Casey; overcoming patterns of personal sin and healing of division. 2) Saint Padre Pio; forgiveness and healing in families and the sacrament of reconciliation. 3) The Blessed Virgin Mary and the Holy Eucharist Each talk will start at 7…Find out more »
As part of our goal to expand our educational programming, we’re launching a lecture series on assorted topics related to faith and culture. These lectures will take place on Thursday nights once a month, and will be preceded by light refreshments. Our first speaker will be Debbi Dach Sugarman, the daughter of the late Morris Dach, a Holocaust survivor whose story you may have heard in brief if you've ever had a tour of our Synagogue Room. Debbi sent…Find out more »
Join us for our 1st Annual Open House and Fundraiser featuring the Blarney Hearts! It will be an evening filled with fun and festivity, and a great chance to have a pint, listen to live Irish music, and tour the Jubilee Museum. Entertainment provided by Blarney Hearts Door Prizes, Raffle drawings and Grand Prize. Free Museum tours Free hors d'oeuvres and cash bar Come enjoy yourself with a fun-filled evening and discover a local treasure. Read more about our the…Find out more »
The second installment of our Faith and Culture Lecture Series will be a talk by Fr. Thomas Blau, O.P. of St. Patrick's Church in Columbus. To celebrate the month of May, Fr. Blau will give a talk entitled: "Jewels in Her Crown: Is Devotion to Mary Biblical?" The format for the lecture will be as follows: 6:15- Doors open, light refreshments will be available, you’ll have the opportunity to meet fellow friends of the museum and take a look…Find out more »
Join us as Fr. Bob Simon, Pastor of St. Catherine of Siena in Moscow, PA, tells the story of how he built the Lego Vatican, which will be on display at the Jubilee Museum throughout the summer. Doors open and light refreshments will be provided starting at 6:15. Fr. Simon's talk will start at 7. Admission is just our regular Museum admission of $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.Find out more »
Join us as Dr. Matthew Ponesse, professor of Latin and History at Ohio Dominican University, discusses the role of medieval monks in preserving Western Culture from the fall of Rome until the triumph of Christendom in the Middle Ages. Dr. Ponesse will discuss what we can learn from their example, as we strive to preserve the light of learning and faith through a new age of cultural darkness. The museum will be open at 6:30 for light refreshments and a…Find out more »
Join us November 23 through January 26 for our annual celebration of the Christmas Season. Christmas is fast approaching, and we couldn't be more excited! Year after year, the Christmas season continues to be the most popular time to visit the Jubilee Museum, in large part due to our incredible collection of nativity scenes, which we set up all throughout the Museum. Our nativities range in size from the one pictured above, whose figures are over 4 feet tall, to…Find out more »
Join us for an open house on December 29th, the Saturday after Christmas! Admission will be free and the event is open to all ages. The day will begin with the celebration of Mass at 9:30 at the Museum. Hot chocolate, coffee, and donuts will be available after Mass St. Nicholas will make an appearance (and the opportunity to have kids' pictures taken with him) We'll also have a professional photographer here to take family photos, for a flat rate…Find out more »
Join us on Thursday, March 21st for a special evening with the artists behind Light & Stone, Dennis and PJ Aubrey. The Aubreys will tell the story behind their work and uncover the theology, symbolism, and history behind sacred architecture. The display itself will open March 14, and run through the 14th of April. Via Lucis Photography and Via Lucis Press are part of a long-term project to document Romanesque and Gothic churches in France and Spain. American photographers Dennis Aubrey…Find out more »
Join us the second year in a row for an Irish Pub night with live music from Blarney Hearts, corned beef and cabbage, and plenty of drinks! Cost of $30 per person will cover your first drink, dinner, and a chance to see the whole museum, including Light and Stone, a gallery of Romanesque Architecture we'll have on display! If you're just stopping by and would prefer to skip dinner, you're welcome to pay our regular museum admission of $10.…Find out more »