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Stations of the Cross service

This multisensory, peripatetic service in the tradition of the stations of the cross includes scriptures appropriate for a Reformed church.  

See related pages: Good Friday, Presbyterian Worship

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  1. Pope John Paul II started celebrating a more ecumenical and scriptural version of the Way of the Cross in 1991, from which this was adapted. As you’ve probably noted, the readings follow several different translations, but none exclusively, leading me to believe it is probably a contemporary translation from the Greek, probably commissioned by the Vatican’s scholars for this service.

    by Teresa Stricklen

    March 6, 2012

  2. What translation do the scripture selections come from for the Stations of the Cross?

    by Matthew Thompson

    March 6, 2012

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