Stations Of The Cross





The Stations of the Cross are synonymous with Lent, Holy Week and, especially, Good Friday. This devotion is also known as the “Way of the Cross”, the “Via Crucis”, and the “Via Dolorosa.” Thru the stations we follow Jesus on his last day, as he walked through the streets of Jerusalem, carrying the Cross to his crucifixion.


At St Stephen, Martyr Church Stations of the Cross are prayed at 7:00 PM on the Fridays during Lent.  On Good Friday the Stations of the Cross are prayed at Noon.
Fr. Mike uses many different Stations of the cross here are some examples:
Stations of the Cross :
1st Friday in Lent:  “The Way of the Cross” compiled and composed from biblical texts by Rev. Charles J. Keating STD
2nd Friday and Good Friday“The Way of the Cross” as composed by St. Alphonsus Liguori
Friday before the Annunciation: “Praying the Stations with Mary the Mother of Jesus”, also known as Mary’s Way of the Cross” by Richard Furey
Depending on the Annunciation:
“The Biblical Way of the Cross” by Michael A. Dubriciel and Amy Welborn  Ave Marie Press
“A Way of the Cross for Victims of Abortion” by the Pro-Life Action League