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How Do You See God in Others
Two boys hold a banner they made that reads: Tell Us- How Do You See God in Others?
God's love illuminates the dark places in your heart. Reflection on that light places you deeper in God's presence.
The lotus flower reminds us that we can find beauty and transformation from the most unlikely places within ourselves.
January 22, 2011
This photograph was taken in the New Cathedral and captures the beauty of light through stained glass.
When I step into the New Cathedral, in its beauty and splendor, I can truly feel the presence of God. This photograph was taken of the altar.
The Old Cathedral, St. Louis, MO
The Old Cathedral is simple and elegant. On this day, the sky was so blue, and the beauty of the structure against the bright sky was incredible.
I love capturing animals in nature. These sheep actually posed for this photograph.
Archbishop Robert Carlson
The Archbishop of St. Louis, Most Rev. Robert Carlson.
Say the Right Words
This is artwork created by a student who learned Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline. There are many ways children can integrate this knowledge into practice.
Be a Good Sport
This piece of art was also created by a student who learned Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline. This student was responding to the need for respect of others.