Father Edward Catich will be "Coming Home" to Mooseheart, IL on. Giles High School at Mooseheart will be celebrating the opening of their brand new wing with an exhibit of Catich artwork and a biographical lecture of his "Life and Times" by Paul Herrera.
Edward Catich and his three brothers were sent to Mooseheart after their parents died in 1918. That is where young Edward learned the sign painting trade that would support him in Chicago during the 1920's. His experience with brush writing would eventually lead to his breakthrough discovery of how the Imperial Roman alphabet was actually written.
The Mooseheart exhibit will feature his broadsides, paintings and his slate inscription work. The 2:00 p.m. lecture on May 27th is free and open to the public.
Below is a page from the most recent Mooseheart Newsletter. Click on the image below to read the entire newsletter. The image below is from page 6 and gives more information about Father Catich and Mooseheart.