30 May 2013

feast your eyes on feast photos

I'm guessing that many of you, like me, don't read German - or not well enough to feel up to following a German blog. So you might have missed the feast photos published recently on Gott im Spiel. Markus's comment was that they've had some nice things to eat recently. And I see that, as we did in Finland, they use glass drinking glasses and paper napkins in the color of the season.

the Great Green Growing season
But most striking to me is that it seems the children in Markus's classroom may select materials to have near them during the feast. A favorite is the Table of the Good Shepherd, with its chalice and paten. Go check out his photos.

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