[quote="Symphorian, post:7, topic:316883"]
In the Church of England we are free to use the same traditional 14 Stations that you use:
Pilate condemns Jesus to death
Jesus accepts his cross
Jesus falls the first time
Jesus meets his mother
Simon helps Jesus carry the cross
Veronica offers her veil to Jesus
Jesus falls the second time
Jesus speaks to the women of Jerusalem
Jesus falls the third time
Jesus is stripped of his garments
Jesus is nailed to the cross
Jesus dies on the cross
Jesus is taken down from the cross
Jesus is placed in the tomb
Stations based on popular devotion rather than Scripture (eg St Veronica wiping Our Lord's face) may be replaced by Stations based on Scripture if required.
Church of England Stations here but Churches may use their own format.
We have a Churches Together programme which is an ecumenical initiative and Stations are a good means for us to get together. A couple of days ago I went to Stations at the local Roman Catholic Church where we had Anglicans and Methodists together with Catholics of the Regular Parish and the Ordinariate. We followed the traditional Stations. A return visit will be made to do Stations at an Anglican Church during Lent.
The stations are a very beautiful prayer and meditation. I didnot know that non-catholics prayed the stations, that is truly amazing and beautiful to read. I would bet it makes Our Lord very happy.forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon7.gif