“It’s winter here, and I was out walking while the sun shone. In the light I noticed these old seed cases. They reminded me of God because of how beautifully they were constructed, and because of the way they were illuminated by the light.” Submitted by Margaret Riordan. In honor of St. Ignatius’s feast day […]
“Very calming.” Submitted by Richard Milligan. 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.
“Finding God in its mysterious way—the detailed work of nature. Taken Thursday morning in our garden and of our L’Eglise Saint Pancrace, -10°C, winter in Belgium.” Submitted by Lilybeth Bensurto.
“God’s beauty rests in the purity and tranquility of the first snowfall.” Submitted by Marisa Foyle. Where do you see God’s beauty?
“Picturing God in renewal each spring.” Submitted by Lori Chapman Abreu. We welcome pictures from all seasons of the year. Share your photo.
Snow on trees in Golden, Colorado. Submitted by Kim Powell. Pray through the Lenten season with Ignatian resources for Lent.
“Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” —John Wooden Submitted by Alan Fajardo. Do you want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality, the spirituality behind Picturing God? Check out our sister blog dotMagis.
“A winter’s storm traces patterns on a chapel window.” Submitted by Don Petkash, S.J.
For some, icicles are a sign of winter’s harshness, but for others, they are a sign of the attentiveness to detail God gives all of creation. Happy first day of winter!
“Perhaps I am a bear, or some hibernating animal underneath, for the instinct to be half asleep all winter is so strong in me.” —Anne Morrow Lindbergh Submitted by Gelli Ma. Download a printable retreat booklet to guide you through the Advent and Christmas seasons.