|Actually, since politically the whole town was on the doubtful side, the only non-party member was the performer of Judas!|
|Anna said, “Come on in and see Tony!” And they all trooped into a workshop filled with the tile stoves, plates, jugs, and vases that Anton Lang made. There were several men in the shop, but Betsy recognized the Christus before he put down his tools and turned to greet them.
He was slightly stooped, and word wore clothes, dusty from his craft. He had flowing light brown hair and beard, and a strong face with keen, humorous, light-blue eyes. His stoop was humble but his whole manner expressed a simple natural dignity. Like his wife, he spoke in English.
“What a happy family!” Betsy commented as she and Tilda and the Baumgartens walked home.
“Tony is a good man,” Onkel Max said. “No man is chosen for the Christ unless his life is blameless.”
|*hopes this wasn’t the same Anton Lang*
Wouldn't he have been awfully old for a storm trooper? but either way …. overwhelmingly sad
By the way- is the Passion of the Christ film good? I thought it was based upon the Passion Play is this true?
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