“Finding heart rocks (that is, rocks that are shaped like hearts) is one of my favourite activities whenever I’m at the beach. Two weeks ago, walking along the shore looking for my rocks, I found what I would consider the most unique piece in my collection—a perfect example that God listens to our prayers and […]
“I find God in nature every time I do trekking.” Submitted by Ria Bianca Valeroso. In honor of St. Ignatius’s feast day July 31, join in 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality.
“Ireland seems to have a hold on God, or does God have His hold on Ireland? I just know when I’m there I feel and see Him everywhere. (Killarney National Park)” Submitted by Lexie Ofczarzak.
“With dear friends on a beach on the Olympic Peninsula.” Submitted by Catherine Smegal.
“Where light and shadow meet. Where earth and sky meet. Where rock and water meet. Where day and night meet. Where winter and spring meet. Where man and woman meet. Where poverty and generosity meet. Where obstacles and resiliency meet. Where grief and comfort meet. Where solitude and solace meet. Where sin and salvation meet.” […]
“On a trip to the Sierras last fall, I encountered this rock surrounded by snow.” Submitted by Don Aylard.
“I found God in the surprise of a flower growing in an unlikely place. It reminds me that God can bring beauty where we might expect barrenness. This was taken Aug. 29, in Hanau-am-Main, Germany.” Submitted by Teresa Costanza Nolet. What are your Advent and Christmas traditions? We’d love to see your photos of finding […]
“How wonderful that these flowers grow so beautiful on these rocks in Slovenia.” Submitted by Pieter Rop. Do you want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality, the spirituality behind Picturing God? Check out our sister blog dotMagis.
“If our ‘rocky’ stages were shown on the outside—the times we crumbled and were by grace made strong.” Submitted by Dorothy. Sign up for E-Magis, the free monthly Ignatian e-newsletter.
“I loaf and invite my soul.” —Walt Whitman Submitted by Dorothy. Sign up for E-Magis, the free monthly Ignatian e-newsletter.