God can be found in the messy moments too. Where have you found God in the messy moments of life? Comment below or share your picture with us.
“An examen can be done anywhere—when we’re stuck in traffic, eating lunch, walking to class, standing in line, or sitting in meetings.” —Jim Manney, A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer It’s Wednesday! Join in prayer with the […]
“It’s amazing to me that one snap shot of a scene could look so calming, so well constructed, when in reality, the birds are squawking noisily, always moving, wrapped up in their little bird lives. […]
This is a mosaic of the Annunciation from the Philippines, one of the mosaics from different nations at the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth. The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord is March […]
“Let the splendour of your glory dawn in our hearts.” —Liturgy of the Hours Submitted by Fiona.
“The endless vastness without boundaries of the land. Then we see people building boundaries to keep God out of their lives. They try so desperately; then God sends down manna from heaven to show we […]
“Take time to celebrate the quiet miracles that seek no attention.” —John O’Donohue Photo by Kimberly Miracle. Subscribe to Picturing God via e-mail or RSS to be inspired daily by the images others submit.
“Taken in February, 2009, near Oxford, England, these first signs of spring cheered me up enormously.” Submitted by Paul Brian Campbell, SJ. Join Paul at his blog, People for Others.
At each station in the Stations of the Cross, we use our senses and our imagination to reflect prayerfully upon Jesus’ passion and death. See Ignatian Resources for Lent.