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Fifth Sunday

I focused the prayers in a line, because to emphasize their movement towards the cross.

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Fourth Sunday

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This is the prayer station. Though I originally envisioned the themes as responses to select from, I noticed that others would select multiple colors or even go through all seven. This was a helpful way to journey through the piece, I found, especially to move through themes such as agony and trust, but to end with thankfulness.

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As I wrote the prayers, drawings started to creep in until my prayer became all words.

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Third Sunday

This week I focused on creating a chunk of the black and gray prayers, which have to do with agony and trust. “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” was the saying we meditated on. I was very moved by the story a family shared about how to have faith in the midst of life long illness.

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Second Sunday

Added in more white and tan, developing the body and sense of motion. Gloria pointed out that it looks like ocean foam, which I want to develop more.

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Ash Wednesday & First Sunday

485 prayers

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