The Advanced Catechism printed in 1901 asks, "Where is God?" and answers, "God is everywhere." Once as I stood in our front yard when I was 6 or 7 and looked out over the valley and the hills and the sky, I remember thinking that all that was God and I was in God. As I grew I more often thought of God as "up in Heaven," as did everyone I knew. Even now on TV whenever someone talks of God, they look up. That view may have worked for many people before space travel. In our time this is a God who is easy to dismiss.
Now, more than ever, we have to take seriously our childhood answer, "God is everywhere." We can find new images and metaphors in our modern view of the world that enable us to imagine where God is. I find it very satisfying to imagine God right here but in another dimension invisible to us. A Presence in us and around us that is personal, that knows us and loves us graciously.