Stations of the Cross around the Province

~ Presented by the Students of our Province Ministries

Christ Carrying the Cross” is an oil painting by El Greco, produced early in his Toledo period circa de 1580.

March 29, 2021: Our friars serving at The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC), Fr. Jude DeAngelo, OFM Conv., Fr Louis Maximilian Smith, OFM Conv., Fr. Albert Puliyadan, OFM Conv., and Fr. Andrzej Brzeziński, OFM Conv. led university students in a campus-wide Stations of the Cross. {Photo Cred: Fr Louis Maximilian Smith)


Taken from the St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School (Columbus, GA) Facebook Page:
Led by friar Franck Sokpolie, OFM Conv., serving his Apostolic Year of Formation at the school & St. Anne Catholic Church

Taken from the Archbishop Curley High School (Baltimore, MD) Facebook Page:
One of the Curley traditions that survived the pandemic was the Live Stations of the Cross. Produced and performed by the senior class, the Live Stations followed the last hours of Jesus.  It was performed twice with two different casts to accommodate our hybrid environment.  This tradition is always a fine introduction and tone-setter for Holy Week and the Triduum.”

Stations of the Cross with the students of St. Peter School, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ,
led by Fr. Marek Stybor, OFM Conv., Parochial Vicar at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church.

Taken from the St. Casimir Catholic School (Baltimore, MD) Facebook Page:
“Living Stations of the Cross performed by 8th graders for our school.  Absolutely amazing!”

Originally Created in 2020, under the guidance of Fr. Matthew Foley, OFM Conv., Franciscan Voice re-presents for Lent 2021, the members of ALVERNA, the peer ministry team at our St. Francis High School in Athol Springs, New York, as they virtually pray the Stations of the Cross.


Consider praying the USCCB Stations of the Cross for Vocations.

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