Here's some information about Camino Sangrado and labyrinths from an article in our local paper
“Unlike a maze, a labyrinth is not intended to confuse or trick the participant. A labyrinth consists of a design which provides a single path, laid out in a circular pattern… Labyrinths hold a historical place in various religions, traditions and cultures, but long ago Christians both adopted and adapted the sacred space as a place to include which indicate reverence for the Virgin Mary, a commitment to Jesus and the way of the cross.”
Carnes, Sharron (2014, November 30). Camino Sagrado holding open house. Uvalde Leader-News, pp. 18.
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