The caper of the missing newborn Jesus head has been solved. A woman who snatched the head from the statue in a churchyard in Canada returned it after the tale became international news, the CBC reports.
That happened after a local artist sculpted a new noggin in red terra cotta with lizard-like eyes and spiky hair a la Maggie Simpsonand depicted global contempt for her trouble.
— Marina v Stackelberg (@ mvstackelberg) October 23, 2016
The head of baby Jesus, cradled in the arms of a sedate Virgin mary, has been a frequent target of vandals at the Sainte-Anne-des-Pins Catholic church in Sudbury, Ontario.
After the latest theft, the pastor said he would forgo ordering a replacement that could cost as much as $10,000. That’s when local artist Heather Wise stepped in, crafting a “temporary replacement” that one Twitter user likened to ET and another to a “demonic hedgehog.”
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