Stations of the cross

Introductory prayer

Station 1 - Jesus is condemned to death...

Station 2 - Jesus receives the cross...

Station 3 - First fall of Jesus...

Station 4 - Jesus meets his mother...

Station 5 - Cross is laid upon Simon of Cyrene...

Station 6 - Veronica wipes the face of Jesus...

Station 7 - Jesus falls the second time...

Station 8 - Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem...

Station 9 - Jesus falls the third time...

Station 10 - Jesus is stripped of His garments...

Station 11 - Jesus is nailed to the cross...

Station 12 - Jesus is dies on the cross...

Station 13 - Jesus is taken down from the cross...

Station 14 - Jesus is laid in the sepulchre...



14. Jesus is laid in the sepulchre


14. Jesus is laid in the sepulchre


We adore You, O Christ, and we praise You.
Because, by Your holy cross, You have redeemed the world.



Meditation
Consider how the disciples carried the body of Jesus to its burial, while His holy Mother went with them and arranged it in the sepulcher with her own hands. They then closed the tomb and all departed in silence. Oh, my buried Jesus, I kiss the stone that closes You in. But You gloriously did rise again on the third day. I beg You by Your resurrection that I may be raised gloriously on the last day, to be united with You in heaven, to praise You and love You forever.



Prayer
I love You, Jesus, my love; I repent of ever having offended You. Never let me separate myself from You again. Grant that I may love You always; and then do with me as You will.



Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be



Virgin of all virgins blest!
Listen to my fond request:
Let me share your grief divine.



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