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Taize Prayer

The Viatorian associates, brothers, and priests invite you to join with us for reflection Taizé chant and quiet prayer. We gather with each other and lay leaders, with whom we minister, monthly to pray for ourselves, our ministries and our world. In this busy culture, join us as we make time to connect with the God of peace and serenity.

We invite you to join with us for reflection and quiet prayer. We gather monthly to pray for ourselves, our ministries, and our world.

Held the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the chapel at Saint Viator High School, located at 1213 E. Oakton St. in Arlington Heights.

Taizé prayer refers to chants that praise God or plea for God’s help. During Taizé prayer evenings, the gathered crowd repeatedly sings each chant with the choir for several minutes – like a mantra. The repetition helps connect those gathered with God, while disconnecting them from life’s stress. Taizé prayer originated with an ecumenical community of Christians in Taizé, France, who gather daily to chant and meditate together. learn more