23 Feb The Way of the Cross
Stations of the Cross use various events in the final hours of Jesus’ life as a means of meditation and prayer. By following Jesus on his journey, we begin to understand that in Jesus’ sufferings we see our own journey mirrored in his. Life is sometimes dark, painful, and brings endings, but the light of Easter Sunday is meaningless without the darkness of Good Friday. The Stations of the Cross remind us of the darkness as a basis to celebrate the light.
We have put together a booklet of meditations which may be helpful as you make your own journey through Lent towards Easter. The images, which may be used as a focus for meditation, are of carvings from the Via Crucis in the Dolomites. They were carved by local craftsmen in 2005.
Download the booklet of meditations based on the Way of the Cross.