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Labyrinths in the Time of the Pandemic

The Pandemic-Era Appeal of Getting Lost in a Labyrinth

By Laura Bliss
July 29, 2020

Interest is growing in the intriguing structures designed for mindfulness, from backyard installations to finger tracing.

MapLab: Enter the Labyrinth

By Laura Bliss
July 29, 2020

From the nave of Chartres Cathedral in France, to church courtyards around the Bay Area, to stenciled-on paper traced with fingers via Zoom, thousands of spiritually curious minds have followed Lauren Artress down the winding unicursal paths known as labyrinths. 

Labyrinth Article Archives

A walk with queen of the labyrinth

Labyrinths Offer Homeowners a Pathway to Peace

by Amy Gamerman
The Wall Street Journal
December 17, 2015

Community consecrates new labyrinth at Grace Episcopal Church

by David Stoneberg
The Weekly Calistogan
November 18, 2015

The very popular Land’s End Labyrinth on the edge of the Pacific ocean was vandalized yet again. But this time, every stone was thrown into the sea. The rebuilding of it became a huge effort that built community along with the labyrinth.

Labyrinth Lovers Unite to Undo Vandalism at Lands End

by Rachel Swan
September 15, 2015

The work of Veriditas is spreading around the globe. We were delighted to see these photos from Huffington Post. They show many labyrinths including the indoor one at Grace Cathedral where the modern labyrinth movement—so named in 1998 by the New York Times—began.

Spiritual Labyrinths To Get Lost And Found In (PHOTOS)

Huffington Post
January 13, 2014