Taizé St. Louis - Pilgrimage of Trust
What if there was a way to bring various people from different backgrounds together? What if, for a brief moment, our city wasn’t divided by socio-economic, racial, or faith-based differences?
Have you heard about the Pilgrimage of Trust? Are you aware of the Taizé brothers’ unique charism of ecumenism and reconciliation that promotes an authentic encounter of others, especially those who are different? You can be an advocate of peace by helping us spread the word about this event, and the events leading up to it, on Memorial Day weekend (May 26-29, 2017).
The Pilgrimage of Trust is an event that is meant to bring together people of various backgrounds, whether that be socio-economic, racial, faith, or more. It was launched over 35 years ago by Taizé’s founder, Brother Roger, in order to foster trust between people through living and praying together, discussing and discovering common ground. Over the years, it has brought together hundreds of thousands of young adults worldwide.
The Pilgrimage of Trust is for everyone!
People of all ages are invited to join us throughout the weekend. There is no need to register to attend only the Common Prayer times, however if you wish to attend workshops and meals, registration is required.
Watch Br. Emile, a monk from the Taizé community in France, as he shares a history of his community and explains the upcoming Pilgrimage of Trust on KMOV‘s “Great Day St. Louis.”
For more details about the Pilgrimage of Trust, visit https://pilgrimageoftruststl.com.