Tag: church labyrinths

May 2018
Lessons from a ‘Christian’ Labyrinth, Part 2

There is no question that the most famous labyrinth to be found in a church is the one built into the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France. It was created by stones set carefully into the floor of the cathedral’s nave. And yet, while it’s the world’s most recognized path, it’s shrouded in mystery. Why does it even exist? Why is it in a church? How was it used by Christians? The truth is, no one knows for sure why it was built or how it was used. Yesterday I shared three......

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