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Broadside • Psalm Song

Broadside • Psalm Song

Title: Psalm Song
Year: 2010
Client: Church of Saint Louis, King of France, the Little French Church
The Reverend Paul F. Morrissey, S.M., Pastor
506 Cedar Street • Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101-2280
Hanging in the Saint Dorothy Portico of the church

This version of Psalm 31, as translated by Msgr. Knox [as Ps. 30], was a created to commemorate the centennial year of the Church of St. Louis King of France, St. Paul, MN. [also known as The Little French Church]. A pen drawing of the church is placed behind the verse, referencing sanctuary [Christ] and tabernacle [in this instance, the Church of St. Louis King of France]. This image will be the cover of a centennial book to be released at the end of summer, 2010.