Honoring Good Friday

Matthew Rowland , Assistant Features Editor

Cathedral Catholic High School will host an 11:45 a.m. Stations of the Cross today in the Claver Center, which will portray events in the Passion of Christ, from Christ being condemned by Pontius Pilate to Christ being placed in the tomb after his death on the cross.

“I think commemorating Good Friday with Stations of the Cross will be a great way to involve students in their faith without requiring a Mass,” campus ministry student Zach Trzos ‘20 said.

Mrs. Nina Schrimpf’s campus ministry 11 class, which has worked on the event during and outside of class preparing to walking the CCHS community through Jesus’s Passion, will lead Stations of the Cross, which has been a tradition at CCHS since 2005.

Stations of the Cross has been common since pilgrims visited the scenes of the events in Jerusalem and walked the traditional route from the supposed location of Pilate’s house to Calvary in commemoration of Christ’s Crucifixion on Good Friday.