Four stations, video meditations by Canon Frank Logue

From The Rev. Canon Frank Logue in the Diocese of Georgia:

Human suffering is ubiquitous. What makes Jesus’ death on the cross is not what humans did to Jesus, but that God responded with love to hate and with life to death. These video Stations of the Cross use film of more recent examples of needless suffering alongside images of Christ’s passion to challenge viewers to see how Jesus’ death and resurrection can redeem all of the many times and ways the innocent have endured pain even to death.

Music is the hymn “Go to Dark Gethsemene” played on the dulcimer by Joshua Varner.

The First Station

The Fourth Station

The Eighth Station

The Fourteenth Station

Past Posts