NAC seminarians – Roman Stations

Feel free to send photos and accounts of your Roman Stations during Lent!

I’ll make sure you are anonymous if you wish to be.

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3 Responses to NAC seminarians – Roman Stations

  1. Rob in Maine says:

    Father,
    Could you tell us what ~are~ the Roman Stations? I surmise that during Lent there is a different church the faithful visit.

    I take great care to learn about my Catholic Heritage, but there are some things this PV2 Baby (Post Vatican-II)is unaware of.

    Thank you very much!

  2. Dennis says:

    Rob,

    Below you find the link for the Pontifical North American College in Rome (NAC ro PNAC). When you go to the site you will see a section labeled “What’s new:” Looking below that you will see a colorful label advertising the Roman Church Stations…or similar wording. Click on that and you will find a wealth of information in an interactive form. It outlines the different churches that are the stations for each day of Lent.

    http://www.pnac.org/

  3. sacerdosinaeternum says:

    Fr. Z,

    On the link to the NAC’s website (given above), you will find pictures of the Station Church for every day that were taken in the last 4 years.