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‘Living Stations’ Set For March 22, G. Ray Bodley High School

Continuing the 25-year tradition, “Living Stations” will be presented March 22 at 7 p.m. in the G. Ray Bodley High School Auditorium.  This dramatization of “The Way of the Cross” is the traditional Catholic prayer of Jesus’ passion as it portrays the final hours leading to His crucifixion.

The “Living Stations” will be presented Friday evening, March 22 at 7:00PM in the G. Ray Bodley HS Auditorium.  This dramatization of “The Way of the Cross” is a re-enactment of the final hours leading to Jesus’ crucifixion.  In last year’s presentation (above) Jesus was portrayed by Jeremy Langdon, and Christina Teetsel was Mary, His Mother.  Choral performance is under the direction of Dolores Walrath.  The evening’s performance is free and open to the public.
The “Living Stations” will be presented Friday evening, March 22 at 7:00PM in the G. Ray Bodley HS Auditorium. This dramatization of “The Way of the Cross” is a re-enactment of the final hours leading to Jesus’ crucifixion. In last year’s presentation (above) Jesus was portrayed by Jeremy Langdon, and Christina Teetsel was Mary, His Mother. Choral performance is under the direction of Dolores Walrath. The evening’s performance is free and open to the public.

In the “Living Stations” local youth take on the roles of the various people in the traditional 14 scenes of the Stations of the Cross. Each scene features a series of readings and meditations and is a visual reminder of Christ’s suffering. Mark Pollock will portray Jesus and Vanessa Langdon will portray Mary. Choral works are under the direction of Dolores Walrath. The evening’s performance is free and open to the public.