Fifth Station: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross
All: Because by your holy cross You have redeemed the world.
Jesus, the soldiers are becoming impatient. This is taking longer than they wanted it to. They are afraid you won't make it to the hill where you will be crucified. As you grow weaker, they grab a man out of the crowd and make him help carry your cross. He was just watching what was happening, but all of a sudden he is helping you carry your cross.
As a child, sometimes I see people who need my help. Sometimes I pretend not to hear when my parents call me. I disappear when I know others could use my help.
As an adult, sometimes I try to do as little as I can and still get by. Others might need my help, but I ignore their needs. Even when I'm asked to help, I sometimes claim to be too busy.
My Jesus, blest, thrice blest was he who aided Thee to bear the cross. Blest too shall I be if I aid Thee to bear the cross, by patiently bowing my neck to the crosses Thou shalt send me during life. My Jesus, give me grace to do so.
Our Father.... Hail Mary.... Glory be to the Father....
Leader: Jesus Christ Crucified.
All: Have mercy on Us.
Leader: May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, Rest in peace.
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Stations of the Cross
- Opening Prayer
- 1st Station: Jesus is condemned to death
- 2nd Station: Jesus carries His cross
- 3rd Station: Jesus falls the first time
- 4th Station: Jesus meets his mother
- 5th Station: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross
- 6th Station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
- 7th Station: Jesus falls the second time
- 8th Station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
- 9th Station: Jesus falls a third time
- 10th Station: Jesus clothes are taken away
- 11th Station: Jesus is nailed to the cross
- 12th Station: Jesus dies on the cross
- 13th Station: The body of Jesus is taken down from the cross
- 14th Station: Jesus is laid in the tomb
First Station: Jesus is condemned ...
Second Station: Jesus carries His ...
The Mysteries of the Rosary
Sixth Station: Veronica wipes the ...
Fourteenth Station: Jesus is laid ...
Eighth Station: Jesus meets the ...
Ninth Station: Jesus falls a third ...
Third Station: Jesus falls the ...
Seventh Station: Jesus falls the ...
Fifth Station: Simon of Cyrene ...
Tenth Station: Jesus clothes are ...
Fourth Station: Jesus meets his mother
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en Espańol Prayers
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Stations of the Cross
First Station: Jesus is condemned to death
Second Station: Jesus carries His cross
Mysteries of the Rosary
Sixth Station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
Fourteenth Station: Jesus is laid in the tomb
Eighth Station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
Ninth Station: Jesus falls a third time
Third Station: Jesus falls the first time
Seventh Station: Jesus falls the second time
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