Catholics in Ossining mark Stations of the Cross

Thousands of Catholics in Ossining marked their annual Good Friday procession to commemorate the final moments of Jesus Christ.



Parishioners of St. Ann's Church served as the actors who recreate the Stations of the Cross -- a graphic re-enactment showing the brutal beating and struggle of Jesus leading up to his crucifixion.



"This day is key to our understanding of who our God is," says the Rev. Edward Byrne. "Someone who knows us, understands us, appreciates our burdens, our sadness, our sorrow, our struggles, because he shared them all in the person of Jesus the suffering servant."



This re-enactment has been an annual tradition since 1996.


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