Fargo Teen Draws Marian Images as an Expression of Faith

Marian Chalk Art Fargo

The COVID-19 pandemic has paused our normal social interactions, and even weekly gatherings for Mass. But this has not stopped the faithful from at home worship and finding new ways to show reverence for our Catholic faith. One North Dakota teen is doing so by using her artistic talents to bring joy and faith to life in her neighborhood. The Fargo teen has been creating Marian images on her parents' sidewalk, using chalk as her paintbrush. As we close the month that celebrates Mary, take a look at the art this teen has created throughout the month to honor Our Blessed Lady in this article from Catholic News Agency. 
photo courtesy of the Diocese of Fargo

May 26, 2020 - 9:10am
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