Shepherdesses, Catholic Photo Challenge

Pat Maria Lisa 2

They are not deep in my life, these three women.  Yet in my walk through unfamiliar pastures they are examples of Christ’s hands, His voice, and His love modeled in a world gone terribly wrong. It is the building up of  little things of love that matter, and women are good at building incrementally. Pat Gohn, Maria [Read More...]

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Darkness and Light, Catholic Photo Challenge

seedlings 2

The Catholic Photo Challenge this week is about darkness and light. Most living things experience a passage from darkness to light. Whether it is in the womb of the body or the womb of the earth, germination takes place in the absence of light. A seed is planted in the dark soil, and with minimal effort [Read More...]

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God’s Presence in a Breeze, Photo Challenge

Grasses in sunlight

As a gardener I find God openly present in the natural world. Through his creation he offers wisdom to guide us homeward. There are insights from bugs under decomposing bark as meaningful as grace found while stomping through mud. There is a movement to God that can be seen, though he himself is not. Like [Read More...]

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