This is a contemporary image of Jesus reportedly produced by a Catholic priest. I find it disturbing on multiple levels. By comparison to this, the "Buddy Christ" unveiled by Cardinal Glick (George Carlin) in the movie Dogma is at least an honest parody of what Hollywood sees as having occurred in the American church in the aftermath of Vatican II.
But the picture on top takes itself far too seriously, and in its attempt to be winsome, portrays Jesus with the studied casualness, off-center buckle, open collar and rolled-up sleeves of an effete metro-sexual male making his pick-up moves. Sad-to-say, so much of the contemporary faith being the etiolated and denatured thing it is, this sort of cruising hook-up Jesus probably closer to home for many Catholics than we'd like to imagine today.
The whole thing is redolent of H. Richard Niebuhr's quotable description of theological liberalism: "A God without wrath brought men without sin into a Kingdom without judgment through the ministrations of a Christ without a Cross." -- H. Richard Niebuhr, The Kingdom of God in America
[Hat tip to L.V. and E.E.]