Camaitino - The House Museum of Pope Giovanni XXIII

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The Good Pope’s summer residence is now a place for relaxation and spirituality open to everyone.

Managed by the “Suore Poverelle” (Poor Ladies Nuns), nowadays the farmstead instils both spiritual and cultural concentration. John XXIII’s personal secretary, Monsignor Loris Capovilla, set up a little museum displaying a lot of testimonies of its renowned lodger.

Among these, the altar on which he used to say Mass in Vatican and the bed where he passed away. 


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The Good Pope’s summer residence is now a place for relaxation and spirituality open to everyone.

Managed by the “Suore Poverelle” (Poor Ladies Nuns), nowadays the farmstead instils both spiritual and cultural concentration. John XXIII’s personal secretary, Monsignor Loris Capovilla, set up a little museum displaying a lot of testimonies of its renowned lodger.

Among these, the altar on which he used to say Mass in Vatican and the bed where he passed away.