Catholic Students’ Artwork Displayed at Los Angeles Temple Visitors Center

by | Jul. 21, 2014

News from Utah

An elementary school art project in West Los Angeles became the spark that not only ignited stronger ties between members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Catholics, but also introduced several hundred children, parents and teachers to the Los Angeles Temple Visitors’ Center.

Greg Gollaher, director of the visitors’ center, and his wife, Jill Gollaher, proposed the “Teachings of Jesus Christ Through the Eyes of a Child” art project to Sister Stella Maria, the principal at St. Paul the Apostle School in Westwood.

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