as though she was teetering on the edge, preparing to jump.
Fr. S wanted to find something more fitting to help with devotions in his church. Providentially, the answer to this problem came as a commission for us to produce a new statue of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament.
Having seen the Marian shrine of my childhood church in Liverpool relegated to a meeting room, (during re-ordering in the 70's) I am grateful to Fr. S for having considered me for this work, and to have been part of re-instating devotion to her. It helped to heal that former sense of loss, to know that devotion to Mary would be shared again.
Liturgical artist/restorer. Bachelor of Art and Design, Catholic Blogger
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