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Where would you find this
painted Lion's Head?


Pacelli lion at John Carroll University

The Greek letters might give you a clue, indicating that a fraternity or sorority might be responsible. Here's another clue.

Saint Ignatius Statue at JCU

Does this statue of St. Ignatius Loyola give you the answer?

Saint Ignatius Loyola Statue plaque

How about this plaque under the Saint Ignatius Loyola Statue?

This last clue should do it. Do you recognize this figure?

Archbishop John Carroll

This statue is of Archbishop John Carroll and it resides on his namesake campus in University Heights.

Bishop John Carroll was the first American bishop and the founder of Georgetown University. He was a member of the prominent Carroll family -- his brother Daniel owned most of the land where the Capitol is now located and his brother, "Charles Carroll of Carollton", signed the Declaration of Independence.

Archbishop John Carroll statue at JCU

Similarly, this Saint Ignatius statue can be found at John Carroll University. Saint Ignatius founded the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) and John Carroll is a Jesuit university.

Saint Ignatius statue at John Carroll University

The painted lion in the first photo is called the Pacelli Lion and is the target of painting by fraternities and sororities at JCU.



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