St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Parish

Stations of the Cross - Friday, February 28

Your voice is needed to be the voice of the poor, those who often have "no say" in important matters of justice due to the poverty and violence they face daily. Do you have courage to stand up and speak a short few sentences (30-60 seconds) about why "Jesus life" heals and changes our world today.

Please pick your favorite Station from the list below on this sign-up and you will be one of fourteen persons sharing your reflection at our Friday, February 28th, 2020, Stations of the Cross (beginning at 7:15pm).  This is the 1st Friday of Lent.

One person for each station will prepare/write and read the short reflection (between 30-60 seconds when it is read).  (You may also invite your spouse or child or friend to sign-up here to present a station-reflection with us!)  

By Thursday morning February 27th please email me the text of your written reflection (just so that I have time to help you, if you would need any help).


Arrive at church on Friday, by around 7:00 pm, before the stations start at 7:15 pm.   (The prayer service booklet will look like this Publisher file.  And, here is the PDF file.)   

Our St. Francis Parish 2020 Lenten Theme is, “Good and upright is the LORD, therefore he shows sinners the way, He guides the humble in righteousness, and teaches the humble his way.“ (Psalm 25:8-9)

Date: 2020-02-28 (Fri.)

Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm EST

Location: St. Francis Church

Created by:   St. Francis of Assisi Catholic, Ann Arbor
 
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1. Jesus is condemned to death

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 
Marisol Davis

2. Jesus is given his cross

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 
Gougas Ghougassian

3. Jesus falls the first time

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 
Sharon Sheldon

4. Jesus meets His Mother

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 

5. Simon of Cyrene carries the cross

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 

6. Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 
Christopher Mollo

7. Jesus falls the second time

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 

8. Jesus meets the daughters of Jerusalem

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 

9. Jesus falls the third time

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 
Melinda Campbell

10. Jesus is stripped of His garments

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 7pm before the stations start at 7:15 pm..

 

11. Crucifixion: Jesus is nailed to the cross

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 6:40pm.

 

12. Jesus dies on the cross

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 6:40pm.

 
Karen Digby
Karen

13. Jesus' body is removed from the cross

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 6:40pm.

 

14. Jesus is laid in the tomb

Reflection Writer and Reader please arrive early at 6:40pm.

 
Karen Digby
Ray

Musician, Cantor and/or choir

Open with our Lenten hymn, then chant the "Stabat Mater Dolorosa" after each station.

 
a cantor is already scheduled by Jonathan Hasey

Deacon or Priest Lead Presider

Thank you for leading us in this prayer!

 
Dcn. Rich Badics
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