“I watched this butterfly spend those moments lingering on this singular flower, and it made me ask myself if I spend time for those that really matter: God, my family and friends, and yes, even myself.” Submitted by Joyce M. Crisanto.
“In the softness and beauty of nature.” Submitted by Patricia Scanlon. Where are you finding God in nature?
“This is my Trinity picture: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.” Submitted by Jim Cushing.
“My backyard shrine of Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe has had a miraculous summer of roses, with fragrance and color.” Submitted by Carlos León.
“In Mary’s rose garden.” Submitted by Cindy A. Lopez Garcia.
“I find God in flowers at dawn.” Submitted by Cassi Oh.
“Sometimes when we sit quietly and wait, we might see something unexpected and beautiful. Sometimes we might see God. Or maybe they are one and the same.” Submitted by Shelley Maw. Photo by Dale Maw. How do you find God when you sit quietly?
“All a buzz! I find God’s presence in nature, especially when I notice how reverent the bee is to the flower!” Submitted by Jean Hinderer. Where do you find God’s presence around you?
“The beauty of things spent. The transient gifts that grace us.” Submitted by Dorothy. Share your photo of where you find the faces and traces of the divine in a moment of peace.
“When I’m planting and pruning and digging and planning and sweating, I am nurturing my garden as well as my soul. I marvel at the wonder of God’s creation with each blossom that appears, each bird that visits, each butterfly that wings its way into my sacred space! Some things are tended only by God’s […]