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In a gathering held at the FCJ Christian Life Centre, a small group of women took part in a unique activity that revolved around creating finger labyrinths. They explored the deep significance of labyrinths in Christian tradition, as well as experiencing the creative and meditative benefits of this practice.  

The labyrinth, with its many twists and turns, represents our journey through life and our experience of our journey of faith. Unlike a maze with multiple paths and dead ends, a labyrinth has a single, winding path leading to the center and back out again.  

Participants were guided through the process of making a finger labyrinth, a portable version of the labyrinth that can be traced with the finger. After creating their finger labyrinths, participants were given the opportunity to walk outside on the labyrinth at the FCJ grounds. #


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