Duodécimo Estación: Jesús muere en la cruz
Todos: Que por Tu Santa Cruz redimiste al mundo.
Mientras Jesús estaba colgado en la Cruz, perdonó a los soldados que le habían hecho eso, y rezó por su madre y amigos. Jesús Quería que todos pudiésemos disfrutar de la vida con el Padre, por eso dio todo lo que tenia por nosotros.
Jesús, permíteme tomar unos segundos para para pensar en tu amor por mi. Ayúdame a ser agradecido por el sacrificio tan grande que hiciste por mí. ¡Ayúdame a expresar mi amor por ti!
Mi Jesús, tres horas del didst de caída de Thou en agonía, y entonces mueren por mí; déjeme morir antes de que pecado de I, y si vivo, vivo para el amor de Thy y el servicio fiel.
Nuestro Padre.... El Granizo Maria.... La gloria esté al padre....
Lider: Jesús Cristo Crucificado.
Todos: tenga misericordia en nosotros.
Lider: mayo las almas del haber salido fiel, con la misericordia del dios, resto en paz.
MORE Vía Crucis
- 1st Estación: Jesús es condenado a muerte
- 2nd Estación: Jesús con la cruz a cuestas
- 3rd Estación: Jesús cae por primera vez
- 4th Estación: Jesús se encuentra con su madre
- 5th Estación: Simon, el cirineo, ayuda a Jesús a cargar la cruz
- 6th Estación: Veronica limpia el rostro de Jesús
- 7th Estación: Jesús cae por segunda vez
- 8th Estación: Jesús consuela a las mujeres de Jerusalem
- 9th Estación: Jesús cae por tercera vez
- 10th Estación: Jesús es despojado de sus vestiduras
- 11th Estación: Jesús es clavado en la cruz
- 12th Estación: Jesús muere en la cruz
- 13th Estación: Jesús es bajado de la cruz
- 14th Estación: Jesús es sepultado
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'So it is written that the Christ would suffer and on the third day rise from the dead' - Luke 24:46
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For most people the easiest practice to consistently fulfill will be the traditional one, to abstain from meat on all Fridays of the year. During Lent abstinence from meat on Fridays is obligatory in the United States as elsewhere. Christ Himself said that His disciples would fast once He had departed (Lk. 5:35). continue reading
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Stations of the Cross refers to the depiction of the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus, and the devotion commemorating the Passion. First Station: Jesus is condemned to death... pray the stations now
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Deacon Keith Fournier - Catholic Online, 4/3/2014
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On Good Friday, the entire Church fixes her gaze on the Cross at Calvary. Each member of the Church tries to understand at what cost Christ has won our redemption.
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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. It is a season of penance, reflection, and fasting which prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday, through which we attain redemption.
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Stations of the Cross refers to the depiction of the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus, and the devotion commemorating the Passion.
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'Christ Himself said that His disciples would fast once He had departed' Lk. 5:35
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Fasting. The law of fasting requires a Catholic from the 18th Birthday (Canon 97) to the 59th Birthday (i.e. the beginning of the 60th year, a year which will be completed on the 60th birthday) to reduce the amount of food eaten from normal. The Church defines this as one meal a day, and two smaller meals which if added together would not exceed the main meal.
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