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New York, New York
July 15, 2003
From journal Spiritual Sedona
by JANET S
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois
April 1, 2003
Keep in mind, this is a Catholic church, and is a house of worship. You can go there to look around or to come in to light a candle or pray. Although there are many people around, most are respectful of the purpose of the place and walk about quietly. The church has a sense of peace that encourages people of all faiths to sit a bit and contemplate.
The basement of the building houses a small gift shop, with primarily religous items. There are no taxes on the purchases.
There is no admission charge to visit the chapel. A donation box is set up next to the door but there is no pressure to contribute.
From journal Sedona: Red Rocks/Pink Jeeps
Little Rock,, Arkansas
May 7, 2001
From journal The red, red rocks of Sedona
Charlotte, North Carolina
April 30, 2001
If you have 15-20 minutes to spare, this is a nice thing to see. You can park right next to the chapel. The hours are 9 to 5 and there is a small gift shop. The weather wasn’t very nice when we were there so it wasn’t very crowded. Judging by the size of the parking lot, it probably gets a fair number of visitors.
From journal Sedona: Health and Fitness in the Desert
by unorthodox traveler
January 8, 2001
I parked my car on the road below and walked up the steep hill to the chapel.I was fortunate in visiting this place in late afternoon and apparently avoided the tour buses.
From journal Sedona-A Mysterious Experience