crane number 1,000!

Since February 18, 2016, I have been giving away an origami peace crane each day folded out of a square of my own hand-painted paper. Most of the cranes have been placed around the campus of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. My personal goal has been to do this for 1000 days with the intention of praying for world peace.
November 14, 2018, marks the 1000th day.
A special crane has been designed to be placed in the University Center at St. Mary’s University.

See #abzcraneproject for more photos and posts related to the project.


The staff of the National Archives Marianist Province of the US
at the placement of the 1000th abz origami peace crane
at the University Center, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas

 

 

Mother and child origami peace cranes…

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I see the origami peace crane also as a symbol of the Holy Spirit.
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5.7

5.7.be kind for lent poster

These two simple words from Fr. James Martin, SJ
inspired this Lenten poster designed for Fr. Jim Tobin, SM
at the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University.

4.29

Uncovered this week at the Marianist Archives…

4.29.Cham sketch by Mel
Cover art, head of Fr. Chaminade, Bro. Mel Meyer, SM, 1961

This is the only piece of art I know of that Bro. Mel did of our founder,
Fr. William Joseph Chaminade. At the time he was an art instructor at
St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.
The Pacific Marianist
was published and printed by the Marianist Province of the Pacific.