A beautiful picture of Mary Magdalene whose purpose is to encourage the viewer to pray.
This week’s picture is a visual reflection on the relationship between sex and power.
This week a picture to help us pray for children during the holidays.
The the week we mark the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service a picture that celebrates the work of hospitals.
A picture this week for those feeling as though they are at sea.
A small piece of folk art offers an image of hope and safety.
This week a picture about inspiration, as we remember those who have been inspired to bring change for the better.
Today a picture that considers how an ordinary object can be used to display great beauty.
A picture for the Feast of the Visitation
This week a folk art picture about community.
This week’s picture touches the longing in us for the wind of God to blow.
In this week’s picture Christ the Saviour of the World prays for us.
This week a picture to encourage us to sing a song of praise.
This week a medieval picture of Mary Magdalene meeting Christ in a garden on the day of resurrection.
This week’s picture invites us to consider our need for a good shepherd.
This week Bishop Anne offers for reflection and prayer a well known image by Pablo Picasso.
This week’s picturing prayer from Bishop Anne invites us to reach out and touch Jesus in an intimate encounter.
This week’s Picturing Prayer from +Anne reflects on this image by Henry Ossawa Tanner (1910) and the movement of the three Mary’s towards the empty tomb.
This week’s Picturing Prayer from the Bishop reflects on this image “Jesus Cleanses the Temple” by Alexander Smirnov.
This week’s Picturing Prayer focuses on this image by Vincent Van Gogh.
This week’s Picturing prayer from Bishop Anne reflects on this picture by Mary Cassatt.
In this week’s Picturing Prayer, Bishop Anne talks about her pectoral cross.
Picturing Prayer from the Bishop Elect on Wednesday 28 February, 2018, entitled Our Common Calling.
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