The faithful of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Bensalem commemorated Good Friday, March 25 with the celebration of the Passion of the Lord by joining the walking Stations of the Cross, led by the youth of the parish and parochial vicar, Father Charles Ravert. The procession began in the grotto of the church, across Bristol Pike for about a tenth of a mile, ending at nearby St. Katharine Drexel Shrine’s Chapel for prayer and veneration of the cross. Msgr. Edward Deliman, pastor, concluded the evening with a blessing. Also see a photo gallery of the events here. (Video by Sarah Webb)
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