What does crucified look like?

We do not live in a society that crucifies people. Yet, the image of the cross is often seen all around us – in churches, on necklaces. Even the shape itself can be found in many places. Today, you are invited to search for depictions of the cross or crucifixion, however you may envision it.

Share these images* on Instagram or Facebook, tagging @OakHouseRetreats and using #crucified. These images will be shared starting on April 4 for a Stations of the Cross photo sharing experience. And remember, we are still taking photos for troubled, betrayed, condemned, denied, judged, abused, burdened, and helped. For more information on this project, click here.

*A few notes on your photo submissions. Photos must be taken by you or submitted with permission of the photographer. By submitting your photo, you agree for it to be featured on the Oak House Retreat Instagram and Facebook pages, as well as on www.jenmanglos.com and www.epiphanyvisio.com. Note: these photos will only be used for the purposes of the Stations of the Cross project.

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