Stations of the King’s Cross

Clever. Artistic. Not a Harry Potter thing at all. Read up on the Herald feature here. Then visit the anonymous artist’s site to explore Stations of the King’s Cross a bit further. From the artist:

It would be great if the wonder of the human imagination was acknowledged and encouraged more within the Church. Read the letter of His Holiness Pope John Paul II to Artists [1999]. He has such clear ideas about the importance of art to human society. [As he says] “The human craftsman mirrors the image of God as Creator.”

In the pamphlet, the pictures are called

… just a little idea for those Circle Line passengers who believe that pondering on the enormous mystery of Christ’s death [and mysterious enormity of His love] could be a good thing.

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Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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2 Responses to Stations of the King’s Cross

  1. Jimmy Mac says:

    Most likely as believable as the stations found along the Via Dolorosa. Many of them require a vast stretch of the imagination.

    Glad the Brits are this creative. Can the NYC subway system be far behind?

  2. Pingback: Following Up: Stations of King’s Cross « Catholic Sensibility

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