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Via Dolorosa

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  1. The Stations of the Cross or the Way of the Cross, also known as the Way of Sorrows or the Via Crucis, refers to a series of images depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion and accompanying prayers. The stations grew out of imitations of Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem which is believed to be the actual path Jesus walked to Mount Calvary.
  2. Mar 30,  · Down the Via Dolorosa, all the way to Calvary. VERSE 1 (Spanish): Por la Vía Dolorosa, triste día en Jerusalén Los soldados le abrían paso a Jesús.
  3. Aug 29,  · Via Dolorosa - Sandi Patty (Official Video) - Duration: James Culpeper , views. Language: English Location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help.
  4. The Via Dolorosa - The Way of the Cross is a winding path through the ancient Old City of Jerusalem tracing the route that Our Lord carried His Cross on His way to be crucified on Calvary. This is a awe-inspiring and inspirational journey that any Pilgrim to the Holy Land must /5(K).
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  6. Via Dolorosa - Old Jerusalem Above is an Old Jerusalem street sign in Hebrew, Arabic and Latin for Via Dolorosa, which means "Path of Pain," and supposedly is the route Jesus took through Jerusalem to his crucifixion at Golgotha after His sentencing by Pontius Pilate.
  7. Down the Via Dolorosa called the way of suffering Like a lamb came the Messiah, Christ the King But He chose to walk that road out of His love for you and me. Down the Via Dolorosa, all the way to Calvary. Por la Via Dolorosa, triste dia en Jerusalem Los saldados le abrian paso a Jesus Mas la gente se acercaba Para ver al que llevaba aquella cruz.
  8. History and Etymology for via dolorosa from Via Dolorosa (from Latin, literally, sorrowful road), Jesus' route from Pilate's judgment hall to Golgotha to be crucified Learn More about via dolorosa Dictionary .

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