Cathedral Park Walk
The Cathedral Park Meditation Walk is an opportunity to connect with God through the magnificence of his creation. Cathedral Park is sacred ground; in this place God’s spirit lingers and beckons visitors to partake of his presence made palpable through his creation.
The Meditation Walk is a self-guided audio tour of our grounds. The audio files (9 total) can be found below or by subscribing to the Cathedral Park Walk podcast. If you have an Apple iPhone, download the Podcast app (free) from the App Store. Open the Podcast app, and search for “Diocese of West Texas,” and you will find the Cathedral Park Walk podcast.
If you have a QR code reader on your smart phone, you can also scan the code to the right to access the podcast.
If you have an Android phone, go to your app store (such as Google Play) and search for “podcast.” Download a podcast app (such as Stitcher) and then open it. In the podcast app, copy and paste this Cathedral Park Walk podcast URL: http://www.dwtx.org/feeds?type=podcasts&tags=meditation or search for "Diocese of West Texas."
If you do not have a data plan on your phone or your iPad, you can connect to the diocesan network during the walk: username: DWTX Guest; password: AboundInHope (case sensitive). However, you will be out of range past stop 6. Listen to the audio files for stops 7 and 8 before going to the lower level, or print out the script and take it with you for your walk.
The Walk includes an introduction and eight stops, each of which gives some background information and offers opportunities to enjoy the sights and sounds of God’s great and bountiful creation in this place.
Stop 7: The pump house, bridge, and rock basin. All are part of the Olmos Basin that supplied water to early San Antonio. This area was once a sacred site for Native Americans and was a place of spiritual and physical refreshment.
Map of the tour (view and/or print)
Narration script of the meditation walk (view and/or print)
All the Details
- About the Walk and the Cathedral Park grounds
- A plants page with photos of plants and their names that you may find on your walk
- The narration script of the walk, in the event you would like to print and read it instead of listening to it
- Details about parking, restrooms, office hours, and more (scroll down the page)
- Information on how to contact us
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