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Holy Trinity School students lead the Stations of the Cross

Students from schools in the archdiocese take turns leading the Stations of the Cross, which takes place on Fridays during Lent in the city’s four Catholic cemeteries. On March 11, Holy Trinity students drove the stations through St. Louis Cemetery, 1167 Barret Avenue. (Recording photo by Kayla Bennett)

On Fridays during Lent, students from schools across the Archdiocese take turns leading the Stations of the Cross in Louisville’s four Catholic cemeteries. On March 11, Holy Trinity students drove the stations through St. Louis Cemetery, 1167 Barret Avenue.

The rest of the stations will be:

  • March 18 led by St. Martha’s School at St. Michael’s Cemetery, 1153 Charles Street.
  • March 25 led by St. Gabriel School at St. John’s Cemetery, 2647 Duncan Street.
  • April 1 led by the Saint-Thomas d’Aquin school at Calvaire Cemetery.
  • April 8 led by Corpus Christi Academy at St. Michael’s Cemetery. Bishop Fabre will lead the service.

Those who cannot walk 300 to 400 meters can go to each station and pray from their car. For more information, call the Catholic Cemeteries Office at 451-7710.

Twelve students from Holy Trinity School took turns leading the Way of the Cross at St. Louis Cemetery, 1167 Barret Avenue, on March 11, the second Friday of Lent. (Recording photo by Kayla Bennett)

Students from Holy Trinity School led the Stations of the Cross at St. Louis Cemetery, 1167 Barret Avenue on March 11. (Recording Photo by Kayla Bennett)