Brief History of Stations of the Cross

It began in Jerusalem on the street known as the Via Dolorosa; the Way of Sorrows in which Jesus took to his crucifixion. Christians have been making pilgrimages to the Via Dolorosa for centuries and brought with them the devotion to Churches around the world. Make this devotion apart of your Lenten journey.

Stations of the Cross

Pray the Stations of the Cross with Fr. Mark Toups

Pray the Stations of the Cross with Fr. Mark Toups

Self Guided Stations

We are encouraging everyone to stay home and pray as a family. However, the church will remain open for individual private prayer. The tabernacle has been moved from the Eucharistic Chapel into the Church to allow adorers to spread out. Booklets are available in the church to aid in your praying of the Stations of the Cross and there are links on this page you can use to guide you in your prayer.

As you visit and pray, for your safety and the safety of others, please join us in following the CDC’s current social distancing guidelines maintaining a distance of 6 feet in all directions from others.

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