Cape Porpoise, Maine

June 18, 2015

in Places

Cape Porpoise, Maine

“God was in all things on my walk around Cape Porpoise, Maine.”

Submitted by Loreta Vallar McDonnell.

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Autumn Tree

June 17, 2015

in Nature

autumn tree

“In the southern hemisphere, I found God in a wander in the local park, where the end of autumn was lingering into the start of winter. Always something glorious to see, even in winter.”

Submitted by Margaret Riordan.

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Mary Statue

June 16, 2015

in Religious

Mary statue

“I love the spring, when our backyard azalea bush is in full bloom behind our Sacred Mother statue.”

Submitted by Justin Casalandra‎.

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Backyard Tree

June 15, 2015

in Nature

sun through tree

“In my own backyard.”

Submitted by Laura Waters.

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Sunset

June 12, 2015

in Nature,Places

sunset in Bali

Sunset in Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia.”

Submitted by Servasia Sherly.

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Sunrise

June 11, 2015

in Nature,Places

sunrise in the Philippines

“I felt God in this beautiful sunrise at Paniman Town, Caramoan Islands, Philippines.”

Submitted by Leah Gian Guevara.

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Child on Labyrinth

June 10, 2015

in People

child on labyrinth

“Sweet young one pushing a play shopping cart on the labyrinth.”

Submitted by Barb at St. Joe’s Pastoral Care.

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Flowers and Thorns

June 9, 2015

in Nature

flowers and thorns

“In the contrast between the sharp thorns and the beautiful life of flowers springing forth.”

Submitted by Rebekah Savage.

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Sunset Collage

June 8, 2015

in Nature

sunset collage

“At the rooftop of the hospital.”

Submitted by Whitz Nagasan.

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Baby Cousins

June 5, 2015

in People

baby cousins

“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.

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