As our semester winds to a close next week we would like to offer you a couple of prayer opportunities to help you refine your focus in these final week of Advent:
Monday December 16th Available all day (8:00 – 2:30)
The use of labyrinths for Catholic contemplation can be traced to cathedrals of the Middle Ages. In the European cathedrals they were used traditionally as a site of pilgrimage. Research shows that there were 22 labyrinths in the Gothic cathedrals that went up during the Middle Ages throughout Europe.
To most Christians who walk the labyrinth journey today, the walk in is called Purgation--a time for releasing, letting go of the cares and concerns that keep one distracted and stressed.