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New Marian Garden offers open space to pray the Stations of the Cross and rosary around a pavilion topped with a smaller version of the blue dome. Contributed photo

New Marian Prayer Garden, a place of peace By Jennifer Branson

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t night, the path is gently lit, but even during the day there seems to be a glow that comes to those who enter the Marian Prayer Garden at Our Lady of Corpus Christi (OLCC). The garden, a result of great love, hard work,

and a bit of divine inspiration, has finally reached its completion. The Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), headquartered at OLCC, has created this garden as part of their mission to lead people to Jesus through Mary. The garden path follows three rings which represent the Holy Trinity as in

the image of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity. The path diverges two ways to allow for visitors to pray the rosary or the Stations of the Cross, around a pavilion topped with a smaller version of the iconic blue dome that has become the identifying mark of OLCC. Inside the pavilion is a beautiful marble November 2018 |  South Texas Catholic  13

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In our November issue, we feature the Quinto Encuentro Team who represented the diocese at the National Convention, their experiences and th...

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