Mary

Ashley Sinnott '06 | Winter 2013-14 | Notre Dame Magazine

http://magazine.nd.edu/assets/120559/crosscurrents_mary.jpgWhen I was little, God had a beard. He wore a blue robe, his hair grew thick as jump ropes and he was very, very old. When I learned someone named Mary was God’s mom, she confused this picture, so at first I didn’t care for her much.

When I was 6, my mom buried a statue of Saint Joseph in our garden, a bit of Catholic-flavored voodoo that was supposed to help us sell our house.

“Who’s that?” my sister, Devin, had asked, pointing to the statue.

Read more at Notre Dame Magazine

 by Daily Domer Staff

Posted In: ND Magazine