Stations of the Cross: Maternal Womb
Maternal Womb Jesus is cradled again by Mary.
Pieta.
Holding limbs that once played and prayed.
Holding hope that has in the twilight come to an end.
In the stench and filth, in the shrieks that cut the air Mary is silent with her Son.
 

Luke Chapter: 23

 Around noon the sky turned dark and stayed that way until the middle of the afternoon.   The sun stopped shining, and the curtain in the temple split down the middle.  Jesus shouted, "Father, I put myself in your hands!" Then he died. 

Das Erwachen: Pieta Mit Engel

Scripture passages with each Station are from the
Contemporary English Version

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 Holocaust | Chrysalis  
Folly of God | Stations

Womb by Harold Macdonald

The Pietà - Lenten Study 2008 - Allegories of Heaven

"You will Bear witness for me ... beginning here," said Jesus

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