The Resurrection Garden is located directly across the road from the last station of the Way of the Cross. Some have called it the 15th Station of the Cross-Christ’s glorious Resurrection on Easter Sunday.
A concrete pathway leads the visitor up to and around the Resurrection Cave that resembles a giant stone. The cave is hollowed out on one side, revealing a cut geode, with a tomb-like vacant slab representing the Risen Christ.
A continuously burning flame reminds us of the everlasting life that Christ has promised us.
Circling the Resurrection Cave are geode-shaped rocks that depict the appearances of Christ to the Apostles and others after His Resurrection.