An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross find their roots in ancient forms of tracing the footsteps of Christ’s passion. Here’s our Illustrated Guide to the Stations of the Cross:

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - First Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Second Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Third Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Fourth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Fifth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Sixth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Seventh Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Eighth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Ninth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Tenth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Eleventh Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Twelfth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Thirteenth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Fourteenth Station

An Illustrated Guide to The Stations of the Cross - Conclusion

Jonathan Teixeirahttp://truegoodandbeautiful.net
He was born and raised in York, Pennsylvania (also the birthplace of the peppermint patty). He graduated in 2008 from SUNY Geneseo, and has served as an on campus missionary in Vermont, New York City, Illinois, and the Digital Campus. Jonathan was a vegetarian in college, but called it quits when he couldn't resist buffalo wings any longer. He loves jokes, running, pretzels, lemonade, arduino, and singing sacred harp. He and his wife, Amanda, live in Denver, Colorado.

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