The Stations of the Cross are a traditional Lenten devotion, a pilgrimage of prayer following the Cross through the streets of downtown Saskatoon. Participants are encouraged to read Scripture, reflect, and pray at each station. In our public walk, reflections will be offered on a variety of justice themes by local church groups and justice ministries.

On Good Friday, April 14, 2017 you are invited to join the Christian community of Saskatoon to walk in the footsteps of Jesus.

The Way of the Cross is a community prayer walk which recalls the last hours of the Passion of Jesus.
Ecumenical (many-denominations); Scriptural; Social-Justice focused, and Outdoors

Good Friday, April 14 at 9:45am. Smudge ceremony 9:45 to 9:55am.

All ages, all are welcome.

Gather in the park at Spadina and 20th Street (at the Vimy Memorial Bandshell)

The Walk takes approximately 2 hours. Soup lunch to follow at St. Paul’s Co-Cathedral
For additional details, contact 306-242-1500 or justpeace [at] saskatoonrcdiocese [dot] com

If you cannot join the public walk, pray the Stations of the Cross in your own church or home.

The Good Friday Saskatoon Way of the Cross Prayer Walk is coordinated by the Office for Justice and Peace, Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon.