View from the choir

I am a Catholic layperson and Secular Franciscan with a sense of humor. After years in the back pew watching, I have moved into the choir. It's nice to see faces instead of the backs of heads. But I still maintain God has a sense of humor - and that we are created in God's image.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Living Stations

Okay, I know I just had my church in with its St. Joseph Table.

But I've got a personal connection to this one.

Tomorrow night, the youth of St. Theodore's will be performing a Living Sations of the Cross.

The kids have worked hard.

Oh, and I am co-directing along with fellow parishioner Jim Landers.

If anyone is interested and lives in the Rochester area, it's tomorrow night at 7 p.m. at the church, 168 Spencerport Road.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Richard Grabman said...

"Living stations" are a regular part of Latin American Catholicism (and that includes that weird "Latin" culture just north of you... Quebec: see the movie Jesus de Montréal when you get the chance).

I wrote on the preparation for the million plus "spectacle" Viacrusis de Iztapalapa not too long ago (http://mexfiles.wordpress.com/2007/02/25/cross-training/)... and (ahem)... "cross referenced" this post writing about the many forms the viacrusis takes in modern Mexico: http://mexfiles.wordpress.com/2007/04/05/many-mexicos-many-christs/

3:42 AM  
Blogger Lee Strong said...

It is a great movie. In fact, going to that movie was Nancy and my first date - and we now own a copy of it.

5:27 PM  

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