imageSister Melannie Svoboda, a Sister of Notre Dame in Chardon, Ohio, in her blog, Sunflower Seeds, imagines what Jesus looks like.

“Let’s start with the Shroud of Turin,” she writes. She discussed the close briefly and reminds us that “the Catholic Church has neither formally endorsed nor formally rejected the Shroud of Turin.”

Sister Melannie then gives some other images to contemplate. Regrettably, she doesn’t name them.

imageOne is Warner Sallman’s, “Son of Man.” handed out on wallet cards to American troops during World War II by the Salvation Army and the YMCA.