Twelfth Station


Artist: Sr. Benedicta Ha, CDP

This station brings us face to face with the finality of total loss, emptiness, defeat. Paradoxically, it is at the same time a call to proclaim that death is not the final obliteration, but a passage to newness.

As an Easter person, find an object or moment that is like an empty nest. Reflect on that reality as an opening for new life.

Please click on Leave a Comment (above) to share your thoughts and reflections.

Duodécima Estación


Esta estación nos pone cara a cara con la finalidad de la pérdida total, el vacío, la derrota.  Paradójicamente, es al mismo tiempo un llamado a proclamar que la muerte no es la destrucción final, sino el paso a la novedad.

Como persona pascual, encuentra un objeto o momento que sea como un nido vacío.  Reflexiona sobre esa realidad como una apertura para una nueva vida.

Haga clic en ‘Leave a Comment’ (arriba) para compartir sus pensamientos y reflexiones.


  1. We all look forward to little things and big things. Often we forget that the little things, when they are unattained, can feel like a small death. But we believe that I Provident God never leaves us without the opportunity to choose hope. This hope leads us to look forward to new life every day.



  2. As a very dear friend of recently deceased Sr.Leticia Plasencia C.D.P, i think of the quote of
    St.John Chrysostom “S/he whom we know is no longer where s(he) was before. S(he) is now wherever we are” I indeed miss “Letty” very much but this helps me to know this truth of memories and presence are still very much alive. Sr.Jo-Anne Faillace,OP



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