“The created is absolutely surrounded by the Creator! This is a picture of my son on a hike up Mount Sniktau near Loveland, Colorado.” Submitted by Becky Ehrman. Have you wanted to contribute to Picturing God, but think I’m not much of a photographer? That’s ok! If you’re more into words, try exploring the places [...]
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“I find God in the close friendships God has gifted me. Here, celebrating the birthday of my beloved friend, Stephen. Celebrating him.” Submitted by Sharon Mary Carelli. Where do you see God in the people in your life?
“Father’s Day!” Submitted by Marcello Mottola. We invite your comments and your photo submissions to Picturing God: Faces and Traces of the Divine.
As we approach Father’s Day, let us give thanks for all the ways fathers have helped us to find God in all things. Submitted by Patricia E. You might also like: For Christians, Every Day is Father’s Day by Joe Paprocki
“I saw this street cart vendor doing his Islamic prayer as I walked along a Manhattan street. Thought immediately of Picturing God.” Submitted by Paul Brian Campbell, SJ. Join Paul at his blog, People for Others.
“This photograph was taken inside the St. Ignatius Sanctuary in Loyola, Basque country. The sunrays through the main vitral made an amazing view. More than that, it was just like He was embracing us, warming us, loving us. There was no feeling other than to praise the Lord for the joy of life and the [...]
“Their silence is sufficient praise.” —Terence Submitted by Josep BudiSantoso. Where do you find God indoors? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“The Ledges in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (Ohio) inspire with their size and beauty.” Photo taken by Don Petkash, S.J. Do you want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality, the spirituality behind Picturing God? Check out our sister blog dotMagis.
“From the time I was 18 years old this monk continuously reminded me how much God loved me. I took this picture only days before his death from throat cancer. Even though he was in great pain, Br. Rene never missed a single liturgy with his Trappist brothers. On my first visit as a guest [...]