Gloucester Cathedral, United Kingdom: April 2018

Gloucester Cathedral was established as a Benedictine Monastery nearly 900 years ago. Cloisters were covered walkways that allowed monks to say their prayers in walking meditation. This is a sacred space where they walked in beauty to draw closer to ultimate beauty. Where are our cloisters? Where are the beautiful places in our life that draw us closer to God?

 Cloisters 8 x 12

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Les Miller is the former Religious Education Coordinator of the York Catholic District School Board and the recipient of the CARFLEO 2009 Archbishop Pocock Award for Excellence in Religious Education. He teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and is a well-respected presenter and workshop facilitator.

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