The exhibition makes up the world's largest private collection of biblical texts and artifacts.
Dr. Scott Carroll, the director of the Green collection called it, "invaluable."
The Hobby Lobby paid for the entire exhibition.
Mr. Green declined to comment on how much any of the artifacts were purchased for.
Dr. Scott Carroll, left, Green's advisor and director of the Green collection and founder Steve Green.
The exhibition was announced at the Vatican embassy in Washington DC.
Members of a clergy gathered to see the collection.
Scholars, politicians and business people of all kinds gathered to see the exhibition.
The Green family, owners of the Hobby Lobby Empire have created the world's largest private collection of biblical texts and artifacts which are put on display in Passions, a traveling exhibition.