Cartoon reflections on living through the pandemic • Free to download and share with your people • Share on social media or by email
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The Flock has always been about “a humorous approach to the serious matter of our relationship with God.”
Indeed, that relationship has certainly been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic and the serious matter of enormous human suffering, stress and a sense of hopelessness.
As daily life has been upended, our trust in God and faithfulness in following Jesus’ ways have been tested.
But sheepishly, if we may, we remember that Jesus’ promise of new life in him—yes, resurrection—is at the core of our belief.
Now, as the world slowly emerges from this dark time, so do Jesus’ sheep — so that new life can mean being attentive to what we’ve learned and committing to live accordingly.
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Jean Denton is a cartoonist, illustrator and journalist. Her "Flock" cartoon feature has been running in the North Texas Catholic newspaper since 1997. It's also been in a few other Catholic papers and magazines, and in 2007, Twenty-Third Publications published a collection of The Flock cartoons entitled "Well-Drawn Faith." Besides drawing The Flock, Jean has been a Catholic newspaper reporter, columnist, and illustrator for more than 25 years. A veteran parish catechist, former youth minister, wife, mother of three adult children, she holds a certificate in Christian spirituality from Loyola University of New Orleans.