The Way of the Cross begins at one of Melbourne’s oldest churches, St Francis' Church (326 Lonsdale Street, Corner of Lonsdale and Elizabeth Streets).
From there the pilgrimage makes its way via various churches and other stations up to St Patrick's Cathedral and the German Lutheran Trinity church, then back down to St Michael's, which is the 9th station, at 11:30am/11:45am.
This is in commemoration of Jesus’ journey from the Last Supper to the crucifixion and resurrection. All are welcome to join in for the whole or any part of the Way.
The journey usually takes up to 2 ½ hours, and will end around 12:15pm, at St Paul’s Cathedral, corner Swanston and Flinders Streets.
What to bring: Wear comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. Limited supplies of water are available. An emergency first-aid medic attends, and Victoria Police provide support. Copies of the liturgy are provided, but if you can bring your own copy download here it would be appreciated.
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