STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Each Tuesday during Lent, the Stations of the Cross are being presented on the webcam after the 10 o'clock mass.

A video of the Stations of the Cross from Good Friday 2020 can be seen at this link

Below are images of the stations of the Cross from our own church.


The First Station: Jesus is Condemned to Die.

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 The Second Station: Jesus Carries His Cross.

2

 


 The Third Station: Jesus Falls the First Time.

3

  


The Fourth Station: Jesus Meets His Mother.

 4

 


 The Fifth Station: Simon Helps Jesus Carry His Cross.

5

 


The Sixth Station: Veronica Wipes Jesus' Face. 

6

 


 The Seventh Station: Jesus Falls the Second Time.

 7

 


 The Eighth Station: Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem.

8

 


 The Ninth Station: Jesus Falls the Third Time.

9

 


 The Tenth Station: Jesus is Stripped of His clothes

10

 


 The Eleventh Station: Jesus is Nailed to the Cross.

11

 


 The Twelfth Station: Jesus Dies on the Cross.

12

 


 The Thirteenth Station: Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross.

6

 


 The Fourteenth Station: Jesus is Laid in the Tomb.14

 


 

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