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Labyrinth walk Sunday at St. Mark's

March 04, 2006

BOONSBORO -

The ancient Christian practice of navigating through a labyrinth as a sacred walk to help people reflect on their lives will be available at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Sunday, March 5, from 7 a.m. to noon.

Designed to help create order out of chaos and draw people closer to God, a portable version of a labyrinth painted on a large canvas is spread on the floor of the Parish Hall at 18311 Lappans Road.

The most famous Christian labyrinth is found in the Cathedral of Chartres in France. It dates from about 1220. Examples of other labyrinths are found in other cathedrals, but the one at Chartres has survived intact and has been used continuously.

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