A nun who sits and prays is a visual invitation to make an inner journey.
This week a lovely picture about the joy of writing.
Today a picture that illustrates how a simple church has become a house of prayer.
A picture of woman busy around a special birth hints of the death of John the Baptist
A picture today of hard working women.
Today a picture which captures the fleeting nature of life, so dependent on God’s breath.
As we pray ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ a picture about those actively seeking a safe and just future.
We begin this week with three ‘rogation days’, so an image from a time when many walked the land to pray for God’s blessing.
A picture today that encourages deep concentration in prayer.
Today a quilt made by convict women hoping for a new and better life.
Today a picture about a community formed through eating breakfast together.
This week a picture that expresses some of the joy of meeting the risen Christ.
A Native American picture of the Tree of Life, a tree to bring healing for all nations.
A Palm Sunday picture for us as we enter Holy Week.
In the midst of political turmoil, a little piece of Quaker wisdom.
This week a medieval fresco concerned with adoption of orphaned and abandoned children into family life.
For today’s feast an image of the annunciation concerned with hearing and responding to the Word of God.
This week a painting with the intention of encouraging respect for Muslims at prayer.
This week a picture concerned with resisting temptation.
This week the Bishop offers a picture to remind us that the time for spiritual spring cleaning begins this week.
An Image to help us pray for those who know they have enemies.
A picture of a congregation gathered to hear the word of God.
This week a picture and a poem reflecting on the call away from present priorities to become part of Christ’s mission.
Today a picture that invites you to humility and prayer.
As we commemorate Thomas Aquinas, an image of a learned man.
Picturing Prayer is a regular weekly post from Bishop Anne which uses art to inspire us in prayer.
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