STATIONS OF THE CROSS
The most important reason for reviving the practice of making the Stations of the Cross is that it is a powerful way to contemplate, and enter into, the mystery of Jesus’ gift of himself to us. It takes the reflection on the passion out of my head, and makes it an imaginative exercise. It involves my senses, my experience and my emotions. To the extent I come to experience the love of Jesus for me, to that extent the gratitude I feel will be deep. Deep gratitude leads to real generosity and a desire to love as I have been loved.
Stations of the Cross will be held at 5:30 pm at both parishes. St. Michael’s will be held on Friday and St. Joseph will be on Wednesday. There will be Spanish Stations of the Cross on Friday at 7:00 pm at St. Joseph Church.