October 17, 2021

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New Rosary Back garden opens at cemetery

Rachel Lazere from St. Joseph Cemetery led Tuesday night’s Rosary Garden Walk.
About 15 people took part in Tuesday night's Rosary Garden Walk at the cemetery. The newly opened Rosary Garden is located next to the cemetery's Chapel of Light.

A new Rosary Back garden has opened at St. Joseph Cemetery.

Positioned following to the cemetery’s Chapel of Light-weight, the Rosary Yard contains a collection of handcrafted wooden shrines for praying the Rosary.

All the shrines with each other encircle a tall flagpole. Iron benches alongside the path give place for peaceful reflection.

“Individuals or prayer teams might use the Rosary Back garden at any time for a self-guided, reflective experience,” stated Rachel Lazere, spouse and children expert services advisor at the cemetery.

The thought for the Rosary Yard has been in the functions for a number of a long time, explained Lazere.

The wood shrines were being developed by higher school college students.

Pupils with autism and other disabilities from Lincoln Higher College lower and assembled the shrines from items of cedar wooden. The college students are part a course that creates and sells handcrafted goods, these kinds of as cornhole video games.