The Abbot of St. Albany’s Cathedral in Hertfordshire, UK, allowed us to place the painting “the last supper” by artist Lorna may Wadsworth, where Jesus depicts a black man. This is stated on the page of the Cathedral on Facebook. The canvas was installed on 4 July. It reproduces the mural of Leonardo da Vinci, created in the XV century. The post also says that the clergy supported the movement Black Lives Matter and wish to see a society which respects the dignity of each person.
According to Daily Mail, the week before the Archbishop of Canterbury has urged the Anglican Church to revise the image of Jesus as white only. The priest said that Christ may appear as black, Asian or a resident of the Middle East, writes birdinflight.