Brentwood Cathedral’s Stations of the Cross: What Were They Thinking?!

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This year in anticipation of the season of Lent, England's historic Brentwood Cathedral has unveiled an exhibit of the Stations of the Cross, as interpreted by contemporary British artists.  Top artists were each commissioned to paint one of the Stations, and each was given free reign to paint the scene as he or she saw it.  The artists--some of whom were believers, and some, not--were each given the title of one Station and a 12-inch square aluminum panel. The paintings will be displayed in th … [Read more...]

Deepen Your Lenten Experience With “Living Stations of the Cross”

Looking for a way to deepen your Lenten experience this year? If you’re in southeastern Michigan, consider attending a performance of The Living Stations of the Cross at Detroit’s Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament.  Read the story:The music minister opened the door of the confessional, and it was stuffed top to bottom with garbage bags.  The smell and dust was horrible.  As I moved one of the bags, a small, wooden suitcase fell out from the top of the bags and landed on my foot.  I sat … [Read more...]