Cast in white plaster, The Last Supper & Washing of the Feet Plaque is indeed unique and perfect for use as a meditation piece. This white plaster plaque measures 4.2 inches high and 1.8 inches. This edition is almost completely sold out, with but one plaque still available.
A Plaque for Honoring Service of Professionals
The Last Supper & Washing of the Feet Plaque has a hole on the back to ensure easy hanging on any wall, especially at home, or at the office amid all the professional degrees and certifications. This plaque acknowledges the selfless generosity and dedication of all who serve in so many ways in so many places: in schools, churches, schools, clinics, hospices and hospitals, and in so many other places as well.
A Plaque Just for Priests or for All Who “Wash the Feet of the World”?
Jesus washes the feet of a protesting Peter and of his other Apostles (John 13:1-17). This story has unexpectedly found immediacy and relevance in the example of the “Servant of the Servants of God,” Pope Francis. On Holy Thursday, March 28, 2013, at a youth prison in Rome, Pope Francis washed (and kissed!) the feet of two young women, one a Serbian Muslim. Not a few Catholics will argue that this Holy Thursday rite is intended exclusively as a literal re-enactment: Jesus washed the feet of his twelve Apostles (all men) at the Last Supper as part of their ordination to the priesthood. This rite then should be limited exclusively to men. Is this what Jesus intended? Or did Jesus intend that all of us, ordained and lay, male and female, poor and rich, go out to “wash the feet of the entire world”? How each of us answers these questions determines to whom we will give this beautiful “Washing of the Feet” plaque!