Reflections on the Way to the Cross
We come face to face with Christ in those who suffer. Through these Stations of the Cross, we follow in Jesus’ footsteps from Pilate’s palace, to Calvary. We mark ourselves with the sign of the cross and walk with Fr. Pat Fitzpatrick on the way to the cross. This is not the traditional Way of the Cross, as it invites us to join with the faithful followers of Christ, especially his mother, and to enter into the passion and death of Jesus our saviour.
The Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary
”With the Rosary, the Christian people sits at the School of Mary and is led to contemplate the beauty of the face of Christ and to experience the depths of his love.“ St. John Paul II
Father John Bertão shares a reflection on the Luminous Mysteries. (Baptism of Christ, Wedding at Cana, Proclamation of the Kingdom, Transfiguration, Institution of the Eucharist.) These newest of the mysteries of the Rosary, established by St. Pope John Paul II in 2002, have been called “Mysteries of Light” and are messages of enlightenment and hope.
The Way to the Cross
The guide can be used alongside the traditional Stations of the Cross. You can also follow along on Good Friday’s TV and YouTube broadcasts.