The colorful and detailed tapestries depict the lives of Sts. Peter and Paul and events from the Acts of the Apostles.
Jesus did not always tell people who he was; he told them to come and see for themselves. It is the same way the church spread in the early centuries: by attraction.
More painful, though not treated in the exhibition, is the current situation of Sudan, which only became independent from British colonial rule in 1956.
Christmas songs that invoke Jesus’ name or mention the Nativity story are not automatically more respectful than Christmas songs that don’t.
Since 1990 a vibrant black parish has worshiped before the marvelous mural by Engelbert Mveng, S.J.
“The Warmth of Other Suns: Stories of Global Displacement” is a lesson on how art can awaken us to the unprecedented crisis of refugees and displaced persons now numbering 70.8 million.