- The historic terra firma of the ethnicity of the indigenous women religious
- The sacred soil imprinted with the footprints of the saints
- The Convent built by St.Chavara
- The vicinity where St Euphresia lived 9 years as an Aspirant
- The terrain of the first home grown congregation where the pioneers exercised themselves the formative lessons on the life of union with God .
- The loam where the history slumber
- The sacred land where the head held high in glorious radiance of the long 150 years
- When the Scroll of the historic truth unfurled , the museum is a treasure chest that radiate the light of sanctity
- CMC History Art Museum – Koonammavu
- “ To discern and experience the truth ”
A Cheerful Welcome to One And All
- To the inner pages of the Kerala History of 19th Century
- To a direct visualization of saintly Lives
- To the resource of CMC Charism
- To the stream of Charism imparted through CMC –This museum is a door to visualisation – CMC History &Art Museum Koonammavu
- Like a grandma with decorum and dignity , even on this 150th Anniversary , spread out in two stories this CMC History & art Museum with religiosity and inner vision .The two storied Convent building constructed by St Chavara – the founder remain even today utilizable like a tower of light in aged majesty enduring the changes of epochs .
Revelations in this World of Vision .
- Entrance Square
- Reception lobby
- ‘ Edukamdath ’
- The first convent of the indigenous Congregation
( 150 years old )
- The room for spiritual direction
- The well made by St Chavara.
- The room where the first vestition was held
- The initial activities of the Koonammavu convent
- The condensed history of the Latin –Syrian division
- The superstars in Sanctity - the Saints , Blessed ones , venerable ones & servants of God from India
- Euphresia Hall
- The history & growth of CMC
- CMC Yesterday & Today
- Assortments that say the History –Collections of old historical articles
- The Centre Court yard ‘ Nadumuttom’ The bamboo mat hut at the start of the Convent and the Glass Mural depiction of the first 20 convents instituted after that (6000 Sq.Feet ).