Stations of the Cross

Busted Halo presents a new way of praying with an old Lenten devotion, The Stations of the Cross.  This virtual walk through the passion and death of Jesus may be a way to meditate and reflect this Lent. Or it may be of interest to someone you know who is not able to get out of the house to attend church.  Each station is about two minutes in length and can be done one after the other or viewed one at a time to fit your schedule.

To read about the history of the Stations of the Cross click on this link:

Stations of the Cross date back to the fourth century :: Catholic News Agency (CNA).

Lenten peace,

Mary Kay

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