Are you familiar with the picture of the Good Shepherd Jesus? You know, the one where he is wearing a beautiful white robe, with a perfectly scrubbed, gentle little lamb lounging across his shoulders as he brings it home? That picture is wrong. A lamb in that situation would not look good or smell good, and neither would Jesus. They would both be scratched and sweaty and have brambles in their hair. They would be exhausted and filthy. That is simply how it is when we are at last on our way home. — Desmond Tutu, then Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, in comments celebrating communion in a women’s prison north of New York City