SACRED SPACE 2019

ACC North 151-152 (lower level) @ the
Religious Education Congress
March 21-24
, 2019

 
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 the art exhibit, journey the labyrinth, renew the spirit in reconciliation, and sit in quiet prayer with our Lord.

HOURS
   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
The liturgical themes of this year's Congress have been woven into Sacred Space. Take a reflective walk will to the well, inviting us to join the Samaritan Woman asking Jesus to quench our "Thirst for Justice." On Congress Sunday, March 24, we join the United Nations International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims. This annual observance pays tribute to the memory of Msgr. scar Romero, who was murdered on March 24, 1980. Msgr. Romero was actively engaged in denouncing violations of the human rights of the most vulnerable individuals in El Salvador.

This March 24 will be the first time the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of St. Oscar Romero, Bishop and Martyr, canonized by Pope Francis on October 14, 2018. And so, we dedicate this Sacred Space to Msgr. Romero, a prophet Thirsting for Justice.

Download the worship aid distributed at Sacred Space:
English    espaol    tiếng Việt

Music & Art
Enjoy the gift of music as it ignites the spirit. Journey through our Sacred Space and reflect on the image of art both illuminating and inspiring.

Chapel
During the exposition of the Holy Eucharist in our Chapel, embrace the time to reflect and reconnect in a quiet meditation ... sit in God's presence to help nourish our "Thirst for Justice."

Reconciliation
Located in North 153-156
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)

Labyrinth
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."

Download the aid in English    en espaol

Artists & Musicians
We thank the following artists and musicians for adding the gift of their talent to this year's Sacred Space. Please visit them in their exhibitor booths.

ARTISTS

Valerie MacRae
Sacred Space design and religious art
www.valmacraedesigns.com

Bro. Mickey McGrath, OSFS 
Religious art

info@bromickeymcgrath.com

John August Swanson
Religious art

Richard Jarrett
stained-glass cross in chapel

MUSICIANS

Peggy Baldwin (cello)
stringalong4@yahoo.com

Daniel Delgado (guitar)
info@danieldelgadomusic.com

Dennis Doyle (harp)

 


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