This week’s picture is concerned with the total destruction brought by war.
This week a picture that takes us to the threshold between the living and the dead.
A reflection today on the difference between seeing and perceiving.
This week’s image reminds us of the thankless hard work undertaken by those who serve, who are often out of sight and mind.
An angel in a gallery in Connecticut prompts a reflection on the cost of discipleship.
Another harvest picture – this one to help us think about a fair share for all.
A seasonal picture at this time of harvest festivals.
A picture to encourage us to give thanks for singers and musicians.
This week a picture concerned with those caught up in floods and natural disasters.
While political attention might be elsewhere, an image to remind us to pray for Syria’s children.
A picture of Gregory the Great, to remind us to listen for the voice of God.
An image of a mother weeping and praying for the salvation of her child on St Monica’s day.
The Bishop commemorates St Bernard with an image of monks at prayer.
Two pictures of veiled women today, to encourage us to reflect upon the complexities of looking at what is concealed.
A carved image of the Transfiguration encourages us to look beyond the surface.
This week the Bishop offers a very ancient Christian image concerned with the bread of both earth and heaven.
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
Picturing Prayer is a regular weekly post from Bishop Anne which uses art to inspire us in prayer.
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