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Stations of the Cross

The text is adapted from the ceremony led by Pope Francis, at the Colosseum, Rome, on Good Friday, 30 March 2018. The photos, taken by Glen McCullough, are of the Stations in St Benedict’s Church, Newton, Auckland, and are used with the permission of the Parish Priest, Monsignor Paul Farmer. First Station — Luke 23:22-25 […]

Stations of the Cross

Text adapted from the ceremonies led by Pope Francis, at the Colosseum, Rome, on 18 April 2014 and 14 April 2017; Photos, taken by the editor, are of the Stations in All Hallows Church, Five Dock, NSW. Used with the permission of Fr Greg McGregor, the Parish Priest. Opening prayer Lord our God, brighten our […]

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross Artwork by Brother Martin Erspamer OSB, from the Community Prayer Edition, Stations of the Cross,
by Timothy Radcliffe OP, © Liturgical Press, Collegeville, Minnesota, 2015.

Stations of the Cross

By Glen McCullough The Stations of the Cross featured below are in the peaceful grounds of St Mary’s Church, Motuti on the northern shore of the Hokianga Harbour.  The church is the final resting place of Bishop Pompallier.  The stations themselves were originally at Futuna in Karori, Wellington. 1. Jesus is Condemned to Death Lord, […]

Significance of the Stations of the Cross are not missed by the young

Some years ago, little three-year-old Jorge (George) brought this all home to me and my Marist brother, Fr. Paul Frechette S.M., in Callao, Peru. With much loving effort, and guided by Fr. Paul, the youth had prepared a script and special costumes for a Stations of the Cross in the shanty in which he lived. […]

Stations of the Cross

Images: St John the Evangelist Church, Otara Photos: Manuel Beazley Text: Adapted from the Way of the Cross led by Pope Francis at the Colosseum on Good Friday 2013  

Stations of the Cross

Outdoor Stations, Groom Texas. Sculptures by Steve Thomas of Pamapa, Texas. Text by Brian O’Connell sm Jesus brought before Pilate Jesus is condemned to death. Pilate washes his hands of the deed, sensing a massive miscarriage of justice. Let us pray: Loving God, you placed your son in harm’s way to show your unconditional love […]