Snow dogs?

A parishioner is up north at the moment. His view for a couple of minutes…


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6 responses to “Snow dogs?

  1. Donna

    Wow!! One of the most beautiful manifestations of light!!

  2. sanfelipe007


  3. Looks like the Holy Spirit!

    • nancyv

      my impression also habalady! (as well as expecting Laudie Dog and Shadow frolicking in the snow from the title)

  4. Aussie Mum

    The photo is simply beautiful! The white circular light at the centre just above the more distant rooftops reminds me of the Blessed Sacrament and the golden glow around it, although rather pale, suggests a monstrance to my eyes. The semi-circle around that brings an arched door or doorway to mind (a tabernacle door perhaps?), and the dove-like figure at the top of that arched door/doorway does indeed suggest the Holy Spirit as Habalady and Nancyv have already noted.
    Your recent posts, Father, often bring Fatima to my mind and so, too, does this one. The light that forms what looks like an arched door/doorway spills muted colours of the rainbow and a rainbow is suggested by the larger, overarching arch of light. Light split into colours of the rainbow during the Miracle of the Sun, and Eucharistic Adoration and making Holy Communions of Reparation were at the very centre of the Fatima message.
    I had been thinking on your post, “Awarded by the US Census Bureau …” and on the words of the following prayer before focusing on the photo in this post so perhaps those thoughts coloured my thinking. Here is that prayer: “O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifferences by which He is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary I beg the conversion of poor sinners.” (Prayer of the Archangel Michael when he brought Holy Communion to the Three Children of Fatima in 1916)

  5. Joisy Goil


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