The students' drawings of Jesus on the shape of the San Damiano cross (shown here) are the first stage of a long-term art project. The next step will be to draw people, things, and places that they are thankful for in the space of the cross surrounding Jesus. Students will color their drawings and then cut away the paper outside the shape of the cross. Each student will glue their colored crucifix image to a piece of 9 x12-inch black paper. Pieces of colored card stock will be glued to the black paper in a way that simulates a stained glass window. Thin areas of the black paper will be left between the pieces of colored paper. Thus, the final images will be of each student's personalized version of the cross surrounded by a stained glass window.