News Crucifix comes to life under the careful eye of Pungo woodworker by Jeffrey Miller December 17, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller December 17, 2006 The Virginia Pilot has a nice story of the woodworker creating a replica crucifix that is to be used as a gift. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Remarkable piece of cardboard next post Firm and Patient or Mushy and Impatient? You may also like Really quite shocking April 6, 2011 My Bishop August 14, 2003 Like a Wine-Stoned Cowboy November 25, 2003 Nuns in the sun May 8, 2007 Fr. Richard John Neuhaus R.I.P. January 8, 2009 Maria Stein Center August 19, 2004 Church seeks new purity September 12, 2003 Bishop's statement November 12, 2003 Anonymous gift allows Indiana teacher to pay debt,... July 4, 2010 Sincerist form of flattery? October 26, 2008 5 comments Karen December 17, 2006 - 11:55 pm Thank you for this post. What a wonderful story. lonevoice December 18, 2006 - 3:21 am I know it’s wrong, but I SO envy people that are handy like this. I’d love to be able to do this kind of thing, and I thank God for those that are able. Christine (Rambling GOP Soccer Mom) December 18, 2006 - 8:35 am I still have to read the article, but the name Pungo threw me off. My girls are doing Prima Latina, and pugno means “I fight.” Okay…back to work, really. Christine (Rambling GOP Soccer Mom) December 18, 2006 - 7:20 pm I finally read the article. My parents went to Mass at that parish and saw the crucifix that survived the fire. When Mom told me about it, I nearly cried. Thanks for sharing that story. I emailed it to my parents, especially because they saw the original one. Merry Christmas! dan December 22, 2006 - 10:10 am Beautiful! It sounds like Michaelangelo in “The Agony and the Ecstasy”. Comments are closed.