Crucifix

While I was unable to be here long enough for the dedication rite, I was blessed to witness and important installation, one that already inspires reflection.

Left, the truck has arrived, and below, I captured an image without zoom that wouldn’t be possible in another hour.

The hand of the Lord:

The wall is ready to receive:

The light from the ceiling is so much improved in the renovated church.

Our fine artist Mimi Miller Miles has done remarkable work. The Seattle Times had two pieces about her work at another church in our archdiocese.

Another sight that won’t be seen: the ladders.

And below, different perspectives. The most distant one is from the Mary shrine.

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Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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