This is not a joke. I’m not making this up.
We attend trade conferences for Christian retailing and one of our folks brought a brochure back advertising a new line of little statues designed to remind people to "stay inspired and to inspire others." The company explains that their goal "is to introduce the most thought provoking, intriguing products imaginable." And their "tag line" for these products is: "Can you see Him? Can you feel Him? Is He with you?"
There is no end to the lengths people will go and the depths of banality to which they will descent when they do not have the Sacraments. That’s the lesson we should learn from this, above all others. When you have no way of receiving Jesus beyond your own emotional responses, nothing to grasp, nothing to take hold of beyond your own human longings, this is what finally results. Tragic irreverence and blasphemous use of our Lord’s precious image. If you care to let the company know what you think of their products, you can drop them an e-mail I called out there to establish that, yes, this is a real company and they are actually in business; hopefully, not for long. And people wonder why we Christians are often regarded not as fools for Christ, but simply as fools.