“I was visiting Point Lobos near Carmel in California, and I glanced behind me and saw this. The way the light fell through the trees, it felt like an invitation.” Photo by Kristen Moss.
God’s world is charged with grandeur. From the Ignatian Inspirations series by Loyola Press. See a video recital of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ poem “God’s Grandeur.”
“Even the weeds and thistles demonstrate the beauty of God’s creation!” Submitted by Harriet Villalpando. Where do you see the beauty of God’s creation? Show us! Or comment below.
“I looked up, saw that splash-flash of red and thought: valiant bold effort. Amen.” Submitted by Meredith Gould.
“Looking at the details in the natural world is a way I find God.” Submitted by Margaret.
“I sense God in the gentle ripples.” Submitted by Jade Zirino. This photo was taken at Borderland State Park in Sharon, MA.
“I find the divine in my garden, especially among my native prairie plantings. The birds, bees, butterflies, and a variety of beautiful beetles have made the garden their home. I feel closer to everything in […]