The Stations of the Cross is a Catholic devotion that commemorates fourteen images or stations from the last day of Jesus’ life. Participants meditate on each station and may recite specific prayers. As a processional liturgy—whether contained within a church or displayed in yards in a neighborhood—the Stations of the Cross is a kind of miniature pilgrimage in which the faithful engage in embodied meditation on the Passion of Jesus. Because of the pandemic, our liturgy will be virtual for the second year in a row. United students and alumni of many religious traditions have contributed original artwork to the virtual exhibit.
These works will be discussed at the following Arts Lunch on Tuesday March 30th at 12pm-1pm CST (same zoom) and some of the artists will be in attendance to share their work.