“This is my daughter blowing soap bubbles. The transformation of the dull soap water into brilliantly colored bubbles made me think how strong faith in God can give us hope and courage in our trials and tribulations and make our life beautiful as per His plan.” Submitted by Zacheus.
“Sweet young one pushing a play shopping cart on the labyrinth.” Submitted by Barb at St. Joe’s Pastoral Care.
“Thinking about what goes around and comes around in families—these two little cousins, not yet a year old, one American, one Australian, only know each other at all because of the love, sharing, and self-giving of their forbears—mothers, fathers, and grandparents. Blessed and blessing.” Submitted by Joan Seymour.
“In my niece, who may be facing her fifth spinal cord surgery and who faces every day with joy.” Submitted by Whitaker Susanne Rehm.
“When my two faith formation girls ran towards Mary, Jesus’ mom, as they prepared for Baptism, First Communion, and Confirmation…God is truly present in such precious children.” Submitted by Micki Kaye. Where are you finding God in spring celebrations?
“This is my son, who was born on the 15th July 2005, 15 weeks early, weighing in at 1 lb., 10 oz. This is where I saw God at work. He is now a strapping lad of nine years and full of love.” Submitted by Richard Milligan.
“I found God in my daughter’s marching band performance. Her patience and struggle to overcome her asthma disease make me realize that God always encouraged her.” Submitted by Boni Adriarso. Where do you find God in your family?
“Uncle blowing bubbles with his niece.” Submitted by Julett Broadnax.
“In my dad, who despite the cold, taught his grandson and friends the ins and outs of basketball.” Submitted by Maura Gualtiere. Do you want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality, the spirituality behind Picturing God? Check out our sister blog dotMagis.