Stations of the Cross

Events / Stations of the Cross

The Revd. Dr. Catriona Laing and Dr. Aaron Rosen are delighted to invite you to Stations of the Cross

This unique exhibition, held in 14 locations across Washington, D.C., uses works of art to tell the story of the Passion in a new way, for people of different faiths and backgrounds.

Jesus’ words upon the cross, “Why have you forsaken me?” speak acutely to the anguish and alienation felt by many today, from immigrants and refugees to religious, ethnic, and sexual minorities. 

This pilgrimage will take art lovers from the Mall, through downtown D.C., and up to the National Cathedral. The art on display runs the gamut from Old Master paintings to newly commissioned art installations.  Each work invites viewers to focus on the plight of people who are excluded and persecuted.

We hope that you will find time between March 1 and April 16 to visit the exhibition, using our custom-built app with podcasts from leading clergy, artists, and scholars. 

To find out more about the exhibition or any of these events please visit our website contact our Communications Coordinator Arrien Davison.




Wednesday, March 1, 2017 to Sunday, April 16, 2017
(All day)