“Look what I found! To accompany Reemberto Rodriguez’s photo of the spires at St. Mary, Star of the Sea (Key West). Christmas, 2008.” Submitted by Robin Craig. You might also like: Five Things the Spiritual Exercises Taught Me about Mary The Joyful Mary and St. Ignatius Fears and Dreams
“In the colors of the morning sky.” Submitted by Vukica Vera Jirak. Use Flickr? Sharing your photos with Picturing God is as easy as sending the link!
Autumn leaves around window. Share your autumn pictures with us! Photo by Gelli Ma.
“At the chapel at the provincial house of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Latham, NY…light streaming through the beautiful windows.” Submitted by Fran Rossi Szpylczyn. Share your photo of where you find the faces and traces of the divine. Find out how.
“Power outage during the October snow storm.” Submitted by Heidi Nelson. Where are you finding God this Lent? Share your photos for possible use on Picturing God, or join in the community at Other6 Prays Lent.
“A winter’s storm traces patterns on a chapel window.” Submitted by Don Petkash, S.J.
Is it just to be a shadow? A temporary taste of an even greater beauty that lies somewhere unseen? Connections made with others, some tentative, others deep and long—fast and furious, loving, sensuous, friendships, foes, convenience, need, soul to soul. All fade and end in this world. All shimmer and glimmer with the elasticity of [...]
“We’re not standing on a rooftop and proclaiming, but the Holy Spirit seems to be at work in what we have to do.” —Julianne B. McCullagh, Finding God in Yourself and Your Gifts
Alabaster window in Ravenna, Italy. “How much beauty lies hidden for lack of illumination? Show me the corners of my heart You are waiting for me to expose to Your light.” Submitted by Heidi Nelson. In this fourth week of Lent, join the online community in Other6 Prays Lent.
“Everybody thinks of changing humanity, but nobody thinks of changing himself.” —Leo Tolstoy From the 2011 Ignatian Inspiration Calendar Join the active Ignatian Spirituality community on Facebook.