“I found God in a faint rainbow as it appeared in the spray of the powerful water rushing down Spokane Falls.”
Submitted by J. Lang.
“I see God at the break of dawn, giving us a new day to be aware of his presence everywhere. I was walking alone one morning with my camera while on a mini-retreat.”
Submitted by Maria.
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“I was on my way to Mass one morning and noticed this tiny forest of mushrooms under a bush in front of the church. As I considered the detail and beauty of these little fungi, with caps no larger than a thumbnail, yet so full of delicate detail, I felt like the divine artist had left his signature on each of them for me to recognize and enjoy. Another love note from Creator to creature.”
Submitted by C.H. Pak.
“Mom hanging out the clothes—my mother had 12 children. I remember this!”
Submitted by Susie Gold.
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“Seventy-degree sunshine and Mount Baker.”
Submitted by Jo-Anne Miller.
“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.
“My spring garden.”
Submitted by Risa Manfre DeQuattro.
“Sometimes it’s hard to find God when it seems that everything is foggy and unknown, but we know that the Son shines for us to burn off the confusion and lead the way.”
Submitted by Judi Zawacki Niedercorn.
“An evening ride, enjoyed the magical moment of beauty with our loving God, the words from ‘Close to You’ flowing in my head. You are so close to me, Lord.”
Submitted by Anita Wong.