Due to the risk of community spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we have made the decision to suspend Morning Sit and to temporarily close our Visitor Center Bookstore. Our highest priority is the health and wellbeing of our staff and guests — as well as Father Richard — and we will reopen as soon as the situation allows.
We invite you to visit….
- Labyrinth of the Dancing Christ: Walk the seven circuits slowly, circling inward to rest at the center in Presence. As you circle outward, carry with you the awareness of union with all in the Divine.
- Bookstore: Peruse the most extensive collection of Fr. Richard’s writings and recordings. Built by the Damien Brothers as an AIDS memorial chapel, the bookstore offers a comfortable, quiet setting for shopping and silent reflection.
The Julian of Norwich Hermitage is on the grounds of the Visitor Center. This small strawbale building was dedicated in 2003, in honor of Richard Rohr’s 60th birthday. The hermitage is currently used as a meeting space for CAC staff and is not available for day retreats.