Sacred Space at RECongress

Convention 304 (3rd floor) & Ballroom E
(sacrament of reconciliation) @ the
Religious Education Congress

February 23-26
, 2018

We invite you to visit Sacred Space, created as a place of creative meditation and worship. Refresh your spirit by taking time to enjoy the quiet or  listen to music, experience art, walk our multimedia exhibit, journey the labyrinth, renew the spirit in reconciliation, and sit in quiet prayer with our Lord.

   Thursday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
   Friday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
   Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
   Sunday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Music & Art
This year, Sacred Space features stories of resilience and a personal invitation to all who enter. Using the Gospel story of the raising of Lazarus as a common thread, we will have the opportunity to be inspired and challenged by stories of people who have been able to rise above their suffering, coming out of their tombs and letting go of that which binds them. What is binding you? Enter Sacred Space and unite your story to that of Lazarus and to the many women and men who have heard the call of the Lord: “Rise up!”

Este año, el Espacio Sagrado presenta historias de resiliencia y una invitación personal a todos los que entran. Utilizando la historia evangélica cuando Jesús resucitó a Lázaro, tendremos la oportunidad de ser inspirados y desafiados por historias de personas que han sido capaces de alzarse por encima de sus sufrimientos, saliendo de sus tumbas y abandonando aquello que, alguna vez, les haya ata. ¿Qué te ata a ti? Entra al Espacio Sagrado y une tu historia a la de Lázaro y a la de tantas mujeres y hombres que han oído la llamada del Señor: "Levántate."

During the exposition of the Holy Eucharist in our Chapel, embrace the time to reflect and reconnect in a quiet meditation.

Renew and reconnect in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Reconciliation hours are:
   Thursday: No reconciliation times
   Friday: 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
   Saturday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
   Sunday: No reconciliation times

This walking meditation dates back to medieval times when pilgrims used the labyrinth as a symbolic journey to Jerusalem. Journey toward the center and stand in the spot of "Illumination."

Artists & Musicians  - TBA


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