All Saints, Holy Ghost among several Diocese of Knoxville parishes to re-enact the crucifixion, resurrection on Good Friday
The Diocese of Knoxville’s Office of Hispanic Ministry invited parishioners around the diocese to accompany Jesus through his Passion and death in the Living Stations of the Cross on Good Friday, March 30, that were held at several parishes throughout the diocese.
There were opportunities for people to participate in this traditional Hispanic devotion that continues to grow throughout the diocese.
St. Thérèse of Lisieux in Cleveland, Holy Trinity in Jefferson City, St. Thomas the Apostle in Lenoir City, St. Mary in Johnson City, St. Patrick in Morristown, St. John Paul II Catholic Mission in Rutledge, St. Teresa of Kolkata in Maynardville, St. Mary in Athens, and Holy Ghost and All Saints in Knoxville were among the area parishes that held Living Stations of the Cross services.
Photographer Stephanie Richer attended the Living Stations at Holy Ghost and shared her photos. Photographer Dr. Kelly Kearse attended the Living Stations at All Saints and shared his photos.