Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Jesuit priest snaps compelling photographs

Father Don Doll tells stories of aboriginals, refugees, and loved ones as part of his vocation
Father Don Doll, SJ, began taking pictures on native reserves about 50 years ago, before he became a priest. "I prayed that somehow my photographs would show, in some small way, how God loved them and treasured them," he said. Father Doll also documents the stories of loved ones, refugees, and priests in action. Father Don Doll / Special to The B.C. Catholic.
Taking compelling photos that illuminate the profound stories of people and their environments is something Father Don Doll sees as part of his vocation as a Jesuit priest. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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