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Stations of the Cross

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Published on Mar 27, 2012

The Stations of the Cross are a Catholic devotion that commemorates the Passion of Jesus Christ. There are 14 stations, each one standing for an event that occurred prior to Jesus' death. Plaques depicting each station are hung along the walls of the church. As a person makes his way past each station, he meditates and prays about that event of the Passion.

This practice has been around since early Christians visited the Holy Land in the 400s. In the 1300s, the Franciscans began to promote this type of devotion the Holy Land. Since then, it has become a common practice in Catholic churches.

The Passion and death of Jesus Christ Our Lord was the greatest expression of his love for us. When you pray the Stations of the Cross you are tracing Christs footsteps along His journey from being condemned to death to His crucifixion. We wanted to create a short video to help inspire those who have never walked the Way of the Cross to do so this lent. This pious devotion is richly endowed with grace which gives each of us the strength to pick up our own cross and follow Him. Please comment let us know what you think. Also check our website www.theMomentumStudio.com to learn more about us, our work and our mission.

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