America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
The Milky Way arches a lava flow at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (NPS/Janice Wei)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
Myrtle Falls cascades down Mount Rainier, at Mount Rainier National Park. (Photo: B. Burnett)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
El Capitan and wildflowers, Guadalupe Mountains National Park (NPS/Karen Poteet)

Alt Text: A field of yellow flowers is in the foreground of desert mountains rising in the background.
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
The shadow of the namesake of Gateway Arch National Park sprawls across downtown St. Louis, Missouri (NPS Photo/Sue Ford)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
Scuba-diving at Dry Tortugas National Park, where only 1% of the park is above water. (NPS photo)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
Bear Lake and Hallet Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park (Photo: Camille Horn)

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