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Here God Is

Here God Is

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Through the window of a small Honduran Episcopal church is a clothesline in the yard of the home next door. The absolutely non-sacred placement is what struck me. Here God is where man is, there is no set-apart place for Him. Poverty allows little separateness.

Image above (and on front-page mastheads): “Christ And The Laundry” by Barbara Desrosiers.

Seen in the ECVA exhibition: “Jesus Our Brother

Words above by Barbara Desrosiers.

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