“I love finding God on my rides. Whether it’s through a city pulsating with people running about their lives or through the country where nature is my path, in any case, God is always my guide. This picture I took on a ride this fall through Ohio, the beautiful Midwest. Nothing compares to the Midwest […]
“I found God through the newly ordained priest in our diocese. Thanks be to God who continues to call young men and women in his vineyard. Let us give him a positive response.” Submitted by Denise Souci.
“God is here on Pine Ridge Reservation—in everyone’s face, life, journey. Fairfield University Amazing Spring Break took us to the Badlands, where we met inspirational people.” Submitted by Jean Santopatre.
Man enjoys his dessert. Submitted by Richard Milligan. 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 God can be found with the community at Other6. Or leave a comment here.
“I find God in special moments with the people I love, sharing time, food, and laughter.” Submitted by Carmen M. Villafañe. Where do you find God?
“I visited a former Jesuit estancia, La Alta Gracia, near Córdoba, Argentina, back in April, 2012.” Submitted by Pamela Hosey Long. In honor of St. Ignatius’s feast day July 31, join in 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality.
“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 […]
Enjoying family time and tulips. Submitted by Manuel R. Sign up for E-Magis, the free monthly Ignatian e-newsletter.
“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.