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Stations of the Cross

Devotions and Prayer

Stations of the Cross may be prayed at any time by reflecting on the images on the walls of our Church. You can download a booklet below to use when praying the stations.

St. Michael offers opportunities to pray the Stations of the Cross communally on Fridays during Lent at 3 PM and at 7 PM in English, and at 6 PM in Spanish. SEE THE LENTEN SCHEDULE 2019 BELOW!

A bi-lingual (English/Spanish) dramatic presentation of the Stations of the Cross is prayed on Good Friday at 11 AM. The bi-lingual Stations on Good Friday are a devotion and not part of the official Good Friday liturgy. The Good Friday Celebration of the Passion of Our Lord in Spanish follows the stations at 12 Noon. The Good Friday Liturgy is repeated at 3 PM and 7:30 PM in English.

Stations of the Cross Lenten Schedule 2019


Prayed communally each Friday in Lent!

Each week the Stations of the Cross will be prayed in a different format. You are also invited to walk the stations of the cross anytime the church is empty, using the images on the walls and a special booklet that was prepared to go with them (SEE PDF BOOKLET BELOW). Copies of that booklet will be available in the kiosk near the parish office.

March 8Taizé Stations
3 PM and 7 PM – Bilingual – English/Spanish – Latin
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

March 15Pope Francis’ Stations
3 PM in English
(No Stations at 7 PM)
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

March 22Mary’s Stations
3 PM and 7 PM in English
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

March 29Stations for those who suffer
3 PM and 7 PM in English
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

April 5Rooted in the Cross Stations
3 PM and 7 PM in English
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

April 12Mary’s Stations repeated
3 PM in English
(No Stations at 7 PM)
6 PM in Spanish – Vía Crucis en Español

Good Friday Living Stations in our Parking Lot
11 AM – Rain or Shine
Members of St. Michael’s Hispanic Community will dramatize the Stations of the Cross.
Stations are set up around the parking lot and we walk with Jesus, Mary and his disciples.
The Stations are prayed in both English and in Spanish.
The service concludes in the Church.

The Stations of the Cross are as follows



1 – Jesus is condemned to death


2 – Jesus takes up his cross


3 – Jesus falls the first time


4 – Jesus meets his mother


5 – Simon helps Jesus to carry his cross


6 – Veronica wipes the face of Jesus


7 – Jesus falls a second time


8 – Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem


9 – Jesus falls a third time


10 – Jesus is stripped of his garments


11 – Jesus is crucified


12 – Jesus dies


13 – Jesus is removed from the cross


14 – Jesus is laid in the tomb

Our Devotions and Prayer Opportunities

Eucharistic Adoration

We offer Eucharistic Adoration Daily in our Chapel.

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Holy Hours

Prayer and Benediction three times monthly.

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Healing Service

1st Sunday of each month after the 5:30 PM Mass.

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Rosary / Divine Mercy

Prayed daily after morning Mass in our Chapel.

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Stations of the Cross

Fridays during Lent in English, Spanish and Bilingual.

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Guadalupe Novena / Feast

9 day Novena preceding the Feast on December 12.

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Divine Mercy Novena

9 day Novena preceding the Feast on April 19, 2019.

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St. Michael Novena

9 day Novena preceding the Feast on September 29.

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Holy Spirit Prayer

This group meets the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesdays.

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Military Prayer List

Praying for Our Men and Women in Service.

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Ongoing and Upcoming Events