Today, The Catholic Conspiracy introduces a new feature: “Under Surveillance” (sticking with that conspiracy-ish theme). Several times during the week, we’ll post a short video that we find inspirational or encouraging – or simply fun, or whimsical. Something that reveals our better nature. Something that strengthens our faith. Something that might bring a smile or laugh. Something that might challenge us. Something that speaks to our hearts, leading us closer to God and to our neighbor.
Today’s vid is from a TED Talk given in June – an artist explains the project he did in a Coptic community in Cairo, and how it affected him and the residents – and hopefully, the rest of us.
Photo credit: mikecogh via VisualHunt / CC BY-SA