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Homeless Jesus located at the Papal Office of Charities, Vatican City, Rome. DESCRIPTION OF THE SCULPTURE: A visual representation of Matthew 25, this sculpture suggests that Christ is with the most marginalized in our society. The Christ figure is shrouded in a blanket with His face covered with the only indication that the figure is Jesus being the visible wounds on the feet. The life-size version of the work provides enough room for someone to sit on the bench. The sculpture will be cast in bronze metal measuring 36”h x 84”l x 24”d. PURPOSE This sculpture has primarily a two-fold purpose: Raise awareness of the marginalized, challenge and inspire society to be more compassionate and charitable and to act upon that inspiration. Lift the spirits of the marginalized as well so that they might see Christ within themselves. All of this, for centuries to come… ABOUT THE ARTIST Timothy P. Schmalz is a world-renowned sculptor of Christian themed works from Saint Jacobs, Ontario, Canada, and...