In All Things

Marc Aristotle de Asis, Gilles Mongeau, Trevor E. Scott, Teo C. Ugaban


Jesuit poet Gerard Manley Hopkins said, although “all is seared with trade; bleared, smeared with toil,” nevertheless, there “lives the dearest freshness deep down things.” To encounter God in all things is at the heart of Jesuit spirituality. Nature and culture are privileged places where beauty—one of the traditional attributes of divinity—mediates an encounter with God in all things. This theory unites the different quests of these four Jesuit photographers.  

Curated by Erica Zlomislic