Good Friday tradition


Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise The 22nd Way of the Cross service was held Friday as participants, over 100 in number, gathered at the courthouse and began a pilgrimage to the 10 stations of the cross located along Central, First, Mound and Second streets in Harlan. The event is a community service sponsored by Holy Trinity Catholic Church and attracts church members from congregations across the area. Matthew Nunez led the processional as participants sang and recited verses of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.


Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise

The 22nd Way of the Cross service was held Friday as participants, over 100 in number, gathered at the courthouse and began a pilgrimage to the 10 stations of the cross located along Central, First, Mound and Second streets in Harlan. The event is a community service sponsored by Holy Trinity Catholic Church and attracts church members from congregations across the area. Matthew Nunez led the processional as participants sang and recited verses of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise The 22nd Way of the Cross service was held Friday as participants, over 100 in number, gathered at the courthouse and began a pilgrimage to the 10 stations of the cross located along Central, First, Mound and Second streets in Harlan. The event is a community service sponsored by Holy Trinity Catholic Church and attracts church members from congregations across the area. Matthew Nunez led the processional as participants sang and recited verses of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Way-of-Cross.jpgChris Jones|Daily Enterprise The 22nd Way of the Cross service was held Friday as participants, over 100 in number, gathered at the courthouse and began a pilgrimage to the 10 stations of the cross located along Central, First, Mound and Second streets in Harlan. The event is a community service sponsored by Holy Trinity Catholic Church and attracts church members from congregations across the area. Matthew Nunez led the processional as participants sang and recited verses of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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