“I saw God’s presence very strongly in the incense cloud that hovered over the altar in Lourdes, France, during the afternoon adoration of the Eucharist. It just floated there and didn’t move, like God was acknowledging our presence and prayers.” Submitted by John Portelli.
“Basilica of Notre Dame de Fourvière in Lyon, France, seen while on pilgrimage.” Submitted by Leigh Hartley. Have you been on a particularly meaningful trip? Send us a photo and brief description for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Look what I found! To accompany Reemberto Rodriguez’s photo of the spires at St. Mary, Star of the Sea (Key West). Christmas, 2008.” Submitted by Robin Craig. You might also like: Five Things the Spiritual Exercises Taught Me about Mary The Joyful Mary and St. Ignatius Fears and Dreams
“I would like to share this photo taken after the Easter Vigil at the beautiful Church of the Gesu in Ateneo de Manila University (a Jesuit university) in the Philippines.” Submitted by Giselle Arroyo. We’re still in the season of Easter. You may enjoy celebrating with Vinita Hampton Wright at her blog, Days of Deepening […]
Russian Orthodox Church in Washington, D.C. Submitted by Raymond A. Bucko, S.J. Use Flickr? Sharing your photos with Picturing God is as easy as sending the link!
“Picturing God at Easter morning Mass at St. Thérèse Chinese Catholic Church in Chinatown, Chicago, Illinois.” Submitted by Pam Spano.
“Cathedral of St. Joseph” Submitted by Terry Gosa. Where are you finding God this Lent? Share your photos for possible use on Picturing God.
“Cathedral of the Plains,” St. Fidelis Catholic Church in Victoria, Kansas. Submitted by Kim Powell. Sign up for E-Magis, the free monthly Ignatian e-newsletter.
“In the midst of it all, the simple spires of St. Mary, Star of the Sea Basilica in Key West, FL, alongside the beautiful palm trees and clear blue sky speak softly and lovingly. All is indeed good!” Submitted by Reemberto Rodriguez. Where are you finding God this Lent? Share your photos for possible use […]
“Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Way (Virgen del Camino), Leon, Spain. (The Way refers to the pilgrim’s trail, el Camino de Santiago de Compostela, in Spain.) My silence in this holy place, as much of words as of thoughts, is a gift from God.” Submitted by José María Foces Morán.