St. Irenaeus’ Holy Week Labyrinth Walk March 25

The labyrinth walk is a full-body prayer. Courtesy photo

By Rosemary Lewallen

Would you like to slow down and take a break from the stresses of the day? St. Irenaeus Health Ministry invites you to come to the Holy Week Labyrinth Walk on Monday, March 25, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the St. Irenaeus Parish Hall, 5201 Evergreen Ave., Cypress, CA 90630. March 25th is the day after Palm Sunday which marks the beginning of Holy Week.

The labyrinth walk is a full-body prayer. It is an excellent way to take time to pray, be grateful for our blessings, and nourish our spirits.

Praying the labyrinth involves taking off your shoes, walking in your stocking feet, and making a prayerful pilgrimage as you follow the Labyrinth circuit. We provide clean socks if needed. The labyrinth is a path of prayer and meditation that only takes about 20-30 minutes. You will feel spiritually and emotionally refreshed afterwards.

The Holy Week Labyrinth Walk is a free event, and a great way to spiritually prepare yourself for the glory of Easter. All are welcome! If you have any questions, call Monica Kovach, Labyrinth Ministry Chair, at 310-490-6113.

The bulletin ad below was provided by Monica Kovach. The photos below were provided by Monica Kovach from past labyrinth events.