November 14, 2014

in Nature


“I found God here: pulling up to my house as I ended my work week.”

Submitted by John Nicholas Monteleon‎.

Where are you finding God as many of us end the work week?



November 13, 2014

in Objects


“I found God in the beautiful variety of gourds I saw at the supermarket. How He spoils us!”

Submitted by Teresa Hogan.

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Cross in Storm

November 12, 2014

in Places

man standing at cross in storm

“The cross in the storm picture was taken on pilgrimage to Italy, at the church where St. Francis received his stigmata, in La Verna, Italy.”

Submitted by Julett Broadnax.


Island Sunset

November 11, 2014

in Nature

sunset at Eleuthera

“Sunset on the island of Eleuthera.”

Submitted by J. Lang.


Baby Daughter

November 10, 2014

in People


“My daughter Tayla Grace, nine weeks premature. Modern medicine or face of Christ?”

Submitted by Bronwyn R.


Tomato Harvest

November 7, 2014

in Home

tomato harvest

“The last tomatoes before the frost—God’s abundance!”

Submitted by John McNamara.

Where are you finding God this autumn? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.

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Red Leaves

November 6, 2014

in Nature

red leaves

“Red leaves—taking me beyond the material. The photo is a meditation on light, colour, and texture, interwoven in the mystery of God.”

Submitted by Brendan McManus, SJ.

Where are you finding God this autumn? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.


Day of the Dead

November 5, 2014

in People,Religious

El día de los muertos

El día de los muertos

“En México celebramos el día de muertos porque tenemos la esperanza en la resurrección, en la segunda venida de Jesús.”

El día de los muertos

El día de los muertos

Submitted by Javier Gálvez.


Morning Majesty

November 4, 2014

in Nature


“God blesses me in the morning when He shares His amazing artwork with me while I am out walking and praying the Rosary. These two vastly different photos speak to me of His awesome majesty and power and His quiet voice. When I took the photo over the water I was not aware of the bird in the frame. It was only after I got home and reviewed the images on my computer that I saw the bird. It became an inspiration for me to create a ‘photo devotional’ that I am in the process of building to share the art that God shares with me.”

bird flying over water

Submitted by Dominic Russo.


Hedgehog Sighting

November 3, 2014

in Animals


“While in the middle of humidity and cloudy weather, Adrien exclaimed that there was a black cat around as usual which I didn’t mind. But when he shouted ‘Maman! maman! Le herisson! Le herisson! [hedgehog]’ I was so excited and wanted to take photos since I’ve never seen this kind of small animal in my life during the day….

“So immediately I looked at it and grabbed our big and heavy camera and changed the objective lenses, avoiding the shaking hands while taking and focusing on him.

“The kids would love to see it not from inside behind our glass kitchen door, but they would love to see it while they are outside. I didn’t want that they disturb the ‘herisson’ because they are typically shy and aloof to anyone, so I told to them to be quiet while watching him.

“Since Adrien was eager, he immediately went upstairs to ask his father (Lionel was quiet beside me). His father gave him some information and permitted them to go outside. So I agreed.

“What was funny, when I silently opened the door (The big camera was in my hands and we were slowly and quietly approaching him.), he didn’t move at all, [staying] with his lips on the ground and wide eyes opened for some minutes. Then I told to the kids to be more calm.

“The kids stopped, the ‘herisson’ immediately walked fast as afraid and peacefully found his way while the kids were a little bit disappointed and watched him crossing fast to our neighbor’s garden, forgetting his intentions of chasing small grains and fruits in our garden.

“And now, because of the kids, because of their being observant, I saw it with my wide opened eyes! Merci les enfants!

“C’est vrai le herisson est trop mignon!”

Submitted by Lilybeth Bensurto.