Here is a link to a FoxNews video report on an art exhibit, Passion in Venice, at the Museum of Biblical Art in NYC. It includes brief comments by clergy, including Fr. Joseph Fessio. I saw the exhibit earlier this year; it was very good. But it was also strange viewing "art" that was originally created for sacred space, and viewing in the midst of casual conversations of other visitors. "Is it nothing to you who pass by?" kept occurring to me, but I took that not so much as directed to anyone but myself. Indeed, knowing Christ "and the fellowship of his sufferings" is not something to be taken for granted. But we do stand united at the foot of the Cross to the extent that we are willing to remain there.