“During my last Ignatian retreat, this labyrinth accompanied me in most of my meditations. I would walk on it, without my shoes, feeling the concrete on my feet. I would walk very, very slowly, relishing my thoughts, knowing that each step was a prayer. God was truly with me while I walked this labyrinth at […]
“Santa Maria Incoronata (on the left)…resides at her namesake parish (now St. Therese Chinese Catholic Church in Chicago) along with St. Anne and Mary. So happy they are all back together again!” Submitted by Pam Spano.
“Contemplatio is an interactive and artistic representation of the Spiritual Exercises. It was first put up last year by Scholastics Eric Escandor, Eric Esteba, and Alvin Laput, SJ, as a way of introducing the Spiritual Exercises to the Ateneo de Manila University community, especially to the college students. They put up a simpler version this […]
“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?
“Walking to church on a cool, quiet, drizzly morning.” Submitted by Rebekah Savage.
“Good Friday glass art.” Submitted by Susie Gold.
“I saw our Lord today at Sunday Mass.” Submitted by Terry Conley.
“I find God in the pure light of the crucifixion.” Submitted by Laura W. Darby. Where are you finding God this Lent? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Fiat. St. Julia Church, Weston, MA.” Submitted by Rose Narciso. Where are you finding God this Lent? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“A unique perspective of a most moving encounter on the road to Calvary. This station is found on the grounds of a local monastery.” Submitted by Tya-Mae Julien. You might also like Arts & Faith: Lent.