Several diocesan Catholic Schools prayed the Living Stations of the Cross this Lent. Fifth-grade students at St. Lawrence School in Greece performed their Living Stations of the Cross April 1, and 7th- and 8th-grade students at Canandaigua’s St. Mary School presented their Living Stations April 5.
Jesus, portrayed by St. Lawrence student Tristan Wegman, is condemned to death at the first station. At the second station, Jesus, portrayed by St. Mary student Tyler Read, is made to bear the cross. Jesus falls the first time at the third station at St. Mary School. Jesus meets his mother, Mary, portrayed by St. Mary student Teagan Hall, at the fourth station. Simon of Cyrene, portrayed by St. Lawrence student Easton Boulis, helps Jesus carry the cross at the fifth station. Veronica, portrayed by St. Mary student Ryanne Smith, wipes the face of Jesus (Tristan Wegman) at the sixth station. Parker Wegman (from left), Gavin Powers, Easton Boulis and Tristan Wegman act out the seventh station at St. Lawrence School. The women of Jerusalem weep as they meet Jesus at the eighth station at St. Lawrence School. St. Lawrence students Tristan Wegman (from left,) Gavin Powers and Parker Wegman act out the ninth station. Jesus, portrayed by St. Mary student Tyler Read, is stripped of his garments by Jamie King (left) and Bella Fraser at the 10th station. St. Lawrence School students Gavin Powers, Tristan Wegman and Parker Wegman act out the 11th station. Jesus, portrayed by St. Mary student Tyler Reed, dies on the cross at the 12th station. St. Lawrence students Tristan Wegman (left) and Makenna Miner act out the 13th station. St. Mary students Maeve Jankowski (from left), Olivia Johnson and Teagan Hall depict the 14th station.
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