The Deacon's Bench

The Deacon's Bench


In God’s hands

posted by jmcgee

The striking and dramatic Stations of the Cross below were created by Deacon Bernard Deschler (another Brooklyn boy).  I really think that they’re something extraordinary, and that they ask us to look at Christ’s Passion in a new way. 

Check out more of his work at his website.

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Dana MacKenzie

posted March 31, 2010 at 5:28 am


Like it as art, but my parish has something like this for the stations – a large mural; works as art, but it plants you in one place, rather than keeps you walking Jerusalem. For me it doesn’t work for prayer.



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