Formation images

“God …gives men an enduring witness to Himself in created realities (see Rom. 1:19-20).” (DV 3)

The icon depicts the three angels who visited Abraham at the Oak of Mamre (Genesis 18:1–8), but the painting is full of symbolism and is interpreted as an icon of the Holy Trinity. The left angel symbolizes God the Father.

This is NASA image of the Helix Nebula called the "Eye of God". God is always watching you, with eyes of love.

A representation of the evolution of the universe over 13.77 billion years. The far left depicts the earliest moment we can now probe, when a period of "inflation" produced a burst of exponential growth in the universe. (Size is depicted

Actual map in support of the Flat Earth. 

MAP OF THE SQUARE AND STATIONARY EARTH. BY PROF. ORLANDO FERGUSON, HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA.

Four Hundred Passages in the Bible that Condemns the Globe Theory, or the Flying Earth, and None Sustain It.

Figure of the heavenly bodies - Illuminated illustration of the Ptolemaic geocentric conception of the Universe by Portuguese cosmographer and cartographer Bartolomeu Velho (?-1568). From his work Cosmographia, made in France, 1568 (Bibilotèque nationale de France, Paris). Notice the

The ultimate 'evolution' of man is glory in heaven through the cross of Christ.

Woman praying in the sunset.

The Divine Mercy image is a depiction of Jesus based on a vision Saint Faustina Kowalska had. "I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish," Jesus told Faustina, according to her diary, which has been studied

The Chair of Saint Peter (LatinCathedra Petri), also known as the Throne of Saint Peter, is a relic conserved in St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, the sovereign enclave of the Pope inside Rome

St Anthony, please help us find an image for this sequence.

This image of the cerebrum in an interpretation of the human ability to experience the world, gain knowledge and experience.

This image is of a woman walking down a path, could be interpreted a representation of humanity's free will and our human ability to chose between what we know is right and wrong.

This image of the 'crown of thorns' placed in the bible, could represent our human will and intellect leading us towards God, as ultimately, only God can satisfy our will.

This image of a reef with a small heart shaped island, could be interpreted as a representation of the human heart, personal love and our innate longing for God.

''Triumph of St. Ignatius of Loyola'' by Andrea Pozzo. Ceiling of Sant'Ignazio, Rome, Italy. 

This image of a woman praying, allows us to consider the many different types of prayer.

This image could be seen as a visual representation of humanity. It is through the word of Jesus, who is God, that we find ourselves.

This image could be seen as a visual representation of The Incarnation. This image portrays the nativity, where Jesus came into the world, through his mother Mary.

This image can be interpreted to represent discernment as it can be seen to imply, that even though we cannot always see God, he is always there.