A reader writes:
Hi Mark, thank you for your dedication to the church and your great blog. I was wondering if you could do something amazing? I came across recently a Catholic evangelical project by an anonymous London artist. The artist made quite stunning paper cuts for each of the stations of the cross and published a devotional booklet featuring the 14 stations. Each station corresponded to a station on the London Underground metro system. The last station is King’s Cross. The artist left the booklets on the underground system for people to come across and liven up their commute.
There is an exhibition of the paper cuts at St Mary’s church near King’s Cross, London, next week. The opening night is next Saturday May 26th at 7pm and is open to all. Could you mention it on your blog? The paper cuts are being auctioned here. I personally have already bid on Station III – all proceeds will go to the great, great Catholic charities Mary’s Meals & SVP, as well as London based arts group The Bard School. It would be great if as many people could bid as possible! I’m sure some of your subscribers would be interested.