A mixed media interpretation of the traditional Stations of the Cross for Lenten contemplation.
Via Crucis is a set of 14 images by Caroline Waterlow, using mixed media, including charcoal, metal leaf, ink and pastel. They are based on the medieval European tradition of using the Stations of the Cross during Lent as a way of following the final events of Jesus’ life as he goes to his crucifixion and death. Each station is a stopping place for contemplation, reflection and prayer.
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A series of Lent talks is being held at the Cathedral on Wednesdays at 1.00pm, from 1st March until 5th April. Wednesday at One