Stations of the Cross DC: A Pilgrimage for Art Lovers

Sarah Stonesifer  worked with a team of curators to develop and offer a public stations of the cross in Washington, DC. It was launched for Lent ’17, and participants experienced the stations as a tour by downloading maps and podcasts from the website.

The exhibit also offered prayer services, lectures, performances, and other events across Washington, DC.

Watch a video about the exhibit from Catholic News Service.

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reflects on the courage that is required of compassion, using Station 14, Joseph of Arimathea, as an example. The station is a mural by Jan Henrik DeRosen in the Joseph of Arimathea chapel at the Washington National Cathedral.

Jeania Ree Moore, a social justice advocate and theologian from the United Methodist church, writes about the exhibit here.

Grant Year
2016-2017
Recipient Name
Stonesifer, Sarah
Seminary
Virginia Theological Seminary
Location
Domestic
Population Served
Church Members Seekers
Delivery
Digital Media