Way of the Cross
The Way of the Cross is one of the primary practices to honor the Passion and death of Jesus our Redeemer. At the same time, it is a very effective means to convert sinners, to revive fervor of the lukewarm and to sanctify the faithful. The Blessed Virgin, after the death of Her divine Son, returned every day to the sites that He had consecrated with His Blood.
The origin of the Way of the Cross goes back to the cradle of Christianity. The Blessed Virgin, after the death of Her divine Son, returned every day to the places that He had drenched with His blood. Following Her example, the apostles and the first Christians hastened along this painful path that eloquently reminded them of the Saviour’s Infinite Love.