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Stations of the Cross Lent 2021

Stations of the Cross: During these Pandemic Times (All Stations)

Bishop Denis leads us in this complete version of the Stations of the Cross: During these Pandemic Times. It features all the voices that we heard from over the past five weeks, those most affected by the current pandemic.

This year the diocese hopes to bring you on a journey by using the Stations of the Cross and the voices of those who have been most affected by COVID 19 and those who are on the front-line of the pandemic.

Please check back here every Friday during Lent for the latest Stations of the Cross. Three new Stations will be uploaded every Friday at 3pm both in video format and downloadable PDFs.

The First Three Stations

Bishop Denis leads us through the first three Stations of the Cross with help from a member of An Garda Síochána, a couple who contracted the virus and a student who missed out on having to sit her leaving cert. 

The Second Three Stations

We continue our Way of the Cross, led by Bishop Denis, with help from a couple who had a baby during the pandemic, a heath care assistant in a nursing home and a consultant working on the frontline in a hospital.

The Third Set of Stations

Bishop Denis continues to lead us on the Way of the Cross with help from a child, and his family, still waiting to receive his First Holy Communion, a Hospital Chaplain and a business owner who has been affected with the closure of her business during this pandemic period.

The Fourth Set of Stations

We continue our way of the Cross with Stations 10, 11 and 12. This week Bishop Denis is helped by a grandmother separated from her family, a teacher who had to adapt to online teaching and a man who lost both parents to COVID 19.

The Final Set of Stations

Join us as we conclude our Way of the Cross, led by Bishop Denis and this week with help from a postman and a funeral director.