Parish members commemorate crucifixion
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Jesus is hoisted up on the cross next to Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Friday, March 29, during a live procession of the Stations of the Cross portrayed by Spanish-speaking youth group members. The procession stretched from Sacred Heart Catholic School at Seventh Street and Salado Avenue to the church on I Street.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Jesus is hoisted up on the cross next to Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Friday, March 29, during a live procession of the Stations of the Cross portrayed by Spanish-speaking youth group members. The procession stretched from Sacred Heart Catholic School at Seventh Street and Salado Avenue to the church on I Street.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Roman soldiers beat Jesus in Friday's procession, which started at Sacred Heart Catholic School.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Roman soldiers beat Jesus in Friday's procession, which started at Sacred Heart Catholic School.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Jesus falls to the ground while carrying the cross in Friday's procession, conducted by Sacred Heart youth group members.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Jesus falls to the ground while carrying the cross in Friday's procession, conducted by Sacred Heart youth group members.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Hundreds of people turned out for a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross portrayed by Sacred Heart Catholic Church's Spanish-speaking youth members on Friday, March 29, to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday. The procession traveled from Sacred Heart Catholic School at Seventh Street and North Salado Avenue to the church at 529 I St.
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