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Window Cross

May 6, 2016

in Objects

“I posted this photo on my Facebook page on Easter Sunday 2016 on my way to church with this caption: ‘The beauty in this world is from the Risen Lord.’ This is a window in the ferry boat I was taking to the city. When I viewed my Facebook page, only then I realized that […]

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Window Cross

April 13, 2016

in Home

“Windows, reflections—everywhere.” Submitted by Laura Waters.

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Cross in the Sky

February 19, 2016

in Nature

“My daughter and I took a walk on the Gettysburg battlefield. We prayed as we walked. When I looked up at the bright blue sky, I saw two airplane contrails intersecting to look like a cross. (There was a second cross, but it didn’t come through in this picture.)” Submitted by Julie Ann Monzi‎. Deepen […]

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Three Crosses

February 10, 2016

in Religious

“I am moved by these three crosses reaching to the heavens.” Submitted by Tya-Mae Julien. Today is Ash Wednesday. See a selection of Lenten resources to deepen your experience of Lent.

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Good Friday Glass Art

April 3, 2015

in Religious

“Good Friday glass art.” Submitted by Susie Gold‎.

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Palm Cross

March 30, 2015

in Objects

“This is a double exposure of a palm cross I made from today’s Palm Sunday Mass.” Submitted by Justin Casalandra‎.

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Cross in Garden

January 30, 2015

in Nature,Religious

“Finding God in the peace and quiet in the garden.” Submitted by Gwen Youngblood.

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Cross in Storm

November 12, 2014

in Places

“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.

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Palm Cross

April 14, 2014

in Religious

“I see God in the traditions of our Holy Catholic Church and when experiencing Holy Week.” Submitted by Justin Casalandra.

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Cross

April 4, 2014

in Religious

“His sacrifice saved me. No greater love than this.” Submitted by Arlyn P. Gatmaitan. You might also like Arts & Faith: Lent.

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