Beach Storm

August 3, 2015

in Nature

beach storm

“At the edge of the storm at the beach.”

Submitted by Debbie Ennis.


Barcelona and St. Ignatius

“Last Thursday, a break in Barcelona, walked pass the house where Ignatius lodged while he was in Barcelona by [my] wrong turn. I meant to go to Santa Maria Church; a cake shop owner locked her shop and directed me to the church; she only spoke Spanish. I saw the image of God in her.”

Submitted by Anita Wong.

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola. Thank you for joining in #31DayswithIgnatius and #FindIggy.

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Nursing Facility

July 30, 2015

in People

nursing facility

“Finding God at Mary Crest Manor Skilled Nursing Facility.”

Submitted by Dzao Vu.

Celebrate the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola this week with Find Your Inner Iggy.


Traffic Signals

July 29, 2015

in Urban

traffic signals

“Sometimes, I picture God in traffic signals. When we allow him to control our lives and follow his will things run smoothly. Sometimes we have to wait and don’t like it. Sometimes we have to go when it would be easier to have a red light. (I am assuming I am not the only one who uses red lights to talk on the phone, check directions, change the radio, answer or direct a child, eat, etc.) When we reject his guidance we end up wrecked. While God allows us to face consequences for failure to follow him, the rain reminds me that he grieves for us. He longs for us to commune with him. We know that God works out everything for the good of those who love him. They are the people who are part of his plan. (Romans 8:28) The road is often long and the journey difficult.”

Submitted by Linda Burnett.

Where do you find God in an unexpected place?



July 28, 2015

in Nature


“The sun light sparkling and dancing across the water. God is so easy to see in his creation.”

Submitted by Carol Siefert Conway.


Ocean Waves

July 27, 2015

in Nature,Places

Samal Island, Philippines

“Ocean waves smashing themselves against the beach. Photo taken from Samal Island, Philippines.”

Submitted by Ria Bianca Valeroso.



July 24, 2015

in Places


“Montserrat, meaning ‘serrated mountain,’ view from the Jesuit Spirituality Center in Manresa, 25 miles from the mountain. The Black Virgin of Montserrat has been venerated since the Middle Ages by countless pilgrims, including Ignatius of Loyola, who was on his way to the Holy Land when he stopped at Montserrat. [There he] kept vigil all night long before Our Lady, left his sword and knife at her altar, gave his fine clothes away, and resumed his journey to the Holy Land. On the way to the coast, he stopped at Manresa, stayed 10 months instead of the few days he intended, and ‘the rest is history.’”


“Very early morning at Montserrat, the sanctuary and monastery, perched halfway up the mountain.”

Submitted by Cecilia Arnold.

Learn more about St. Ignatius as we approach his feast day with 31 Days with St. Ignatius and Find Your Inner Iggy.


Lavender Plants

July 23, 2015

in Nature,Places

lavender plants

“Lavender plants in the kitchen garden, Jesuit Estancia Alta Gracia, Argentina.”

Submitted by Pamela Hosey Long.



July 22, 2015

in Nature


Chad Glang found God in this dandelion. Where are you finding God today?

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Bee on Blossom

July 21, 2015

in Nature

bee on blossom

“In something as sweet and simple as a bee on a clover blossom. On the shores of Lake Huron, where it is perfectly quiet and peaceful, everything seems to be at peace here.”

Submitted by Patricia Kinnee.