Stations of the Cross

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Observing the Stations of the Cross is a practice of prayer and contemplation rooted in the traditions of pilgrimage to Jerusalem to walk the path that Jesus walked to Mount Calvary on the day of his crucifixion. This path is also known as the Via Dolorosa, or the "Way of Sorrow."

This Easter, we invite you to visit the museum and explore the Stations in our exhibit, Stations of the Cross by Gib Singleton, on display until April 8.

Below is a selection of resources to help you explore this rich tradition online before your visit or throughout this holy season.

Introduction to the Stations | Statue Gallery | Virtual Exhibit Tour | Devotionals

Introduction to the Stations

Learn about the Stations with Lead Curator of Art and Exhibits Amy Van Dyke

Statue Gallery

Explore Gib Singleton's 14 statues in detail. These are on display at the museum through April 8, 2024.

(Click the image to see the entire statue.)

Virtual Exhibit Tour

Explore our 2021 exhibit of the Stations of the Cross by artist Gib Singleton in this virtual walkthrough.

Stations of the Cross by Gib Singleton

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Beyond the Exhibit


Walk the Stations of the Cross with one of these devotionals.