The renovation of Singapore's Cathedral of the Good Shepherd comes with the renovation of the convent and adding on a museum.
The museum showcases liturgical vestments, vessels, events memorabilia, portraits of bishops who helped shape the Catholic landscape of Singapore, and a finely woven history of the archdiocese.
I have taken some pictures of what you can see inside the museum.
|Portrait of St. Laurent Joseph Marius Imbert, MEP, a martyr in Korea who happened to check the situation in Singapore for a possible establishment of a mission.|
|A beautifully crafted "Nativity Scene."|
|An old tabernacle previously used in the cathedral.|
|The chair used by St. John Paul II during his Papal Visit to Singapore.|
|Portrait of a bishop in Singapore and some episcopal regalia.|
|Michael Olcomendy, the First Archbishop of Singapore.|