The Sacred Heart Auto League, a nonprofit organization that promotes safe and prayerful driving, was conceived in 1954. People may be familiar with the organization because it created the popular Jesus statues that have graced the dashboards of cars across America for many years. Currently, the Sacred Heart Auto League has switched to a slightly more subtle method for people to show their membership. The nonprofit is now mailing a small, cardboard emblem with an adhesive back that members can affix to their dashboard. The emblem has a holographic finish and a picture of Jesus on it, but what really makes it stand
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