The Religion Teacher -- The 14 Stations of the Cross

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Thanks to Jared Dees for this great video. Check out more teaching videos at The Religion Teacher.

The 14 Stations of of the Cross remember the events of Jesus’ Passion and Death in Jerusalem. The Stations of the Cross devotion is often practiced by Catholics during Lent and especially on Good Friday to deepen our connection between Christ’s Passion and Death and our own lives. The Stations of the Cross, or the Way of the Cross, originated with pilgrimages to Jerusalem, but since most of us will never be able to walk the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem, we can experience the Stations of the Cross in our own churches, our homes, or even in an app.


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  1. Those in the Detroit area might be interested in the Living Stations of the Cross which will be at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament from Mar 16 – Apr 1st. This is a really beautiful, life-changing show has been called the “Broadway Version of the Passion of Christ.” It is based on the Stations of the Cross celebrated by Pope John Paul II. For More info go to LivingStations.org.

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