With God’s grace and blessings, we are able to build and complete a NEW OUTDOOR STATIONS OF THE CROSS located on the lawn between 10th Ave and our Church. We invite you and your family to come and meditate on Jesus’ passion and death through the Stations of the Cross to follow Jesus on His journey to the cross.
Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen wrote: “The great tragedy of the world is not what people suffer, but how much they miss when they suffer. Nothing is quite as depressing as wasted pain, agony without an ultimate meaning or purpose.” The Stations of the Cross make tangible every imaginable aspect of human suffering, all of which were on full display in the events of Christ’s passion. And the Stations teach us to see the suffering’s purpose, especially in a time when so much of it surrounds us.
You can pray the Stations of the Cross alone or as a family during this Holy week at anytime by signing up.
Please click this link to choose your own time slot.
Please also comply with the social distancing rules mandated by the Ministry of Health. For the safety of all, prayer at the Outdoor Stations will only be allowed if you have signed up.