“I have been training since January of this year for my upcoming Camino Ignaciano pilgrimage that retraces the steps of St. Ignatius from Loyola to Manresa in Spain. I did the first part of the pilgrimage in 2013 and will continue where I left off this year. As part of my training, I walk 10 […]
“Walking to church on a cool, quiet, drizzly morning.” Submitted by Rebekah Savage.
“Where I found God this weekend: sun peeking through the dark clouds.” Submitted by Joyce Santos-Chamorro.
Market on Rue Cler, Paris Submitted by Kim Powell.
“Amidst the darkness all around me, like the building, still standing tall and unperturbed, I’d like to believe I too am standing. Amidst the uncertainties life may bring, I know like the building I am still standing.” Submitted by Chayie, Philippines.
Our back-to-school series, Picturing God on Campus, returns this week. May it be a good year for students, teachers, and all who support them. We start with a photo from Marquette University. “Don’t worry, Mom. She’s fine. I’ve got everything covered.” Caption submitted by Brigid Skoog, whose daughter lives in the tall building pictured under […]
“On the Magnificent Mile in Chicago—a gentle reminder to be grateful.” Submitted by Steve.
As we enter into the season of Lent, the message of the cross is not far from our minds. Where do you see crosses in your surroundings that make you pause?
“Amidst the concrete and iron in this storm drain, a plant not only thrives but blooms!” Submitted by Gerry Garcia. See other pictures of flowers shared here at Picturing God.
“A first-century philosopher observed: ‘When I light a candle at midnight, I say to the darkness: “I beg to differ.”’ As we light our Christmas candles, we, too, say to the darkness in our world and in our own hearts, ‘You have no final power over us, for the first and final word is eternal […]