Such a title was given to the mystery play which was performed by the pupils of our school at the Academy on the occasion of Easter.
A young girl buys, at a bargain price, a cross with a broken statue of Christ at the open-air market. She takes it home, she feels ashamed that she talked to a street vendor into believing that the statue is worth nothing. She wonders who broke His arms, legs and cracked open His face. When she takes a decision that she wants to look for the artist, who could mend the figure, to her great surprise, she hears the voice: I will not go with you anywhere. She wonders if the Christ can talk to her. She realizes that he voluntarily gave his hands, feet and face to the ones in need: the sick, the tired out of work, the abandoned, the mad, the ridiculed, the suffering, the spitted at, the insulted. Christ asks the girl to be His hands, His legs and His face. He reminds: "whatever you did for one of these little brothers you did it to Me" and "love each other, as I was loving you... "
Happy Easter wishing the organizers of the mystery play-Catechists.