The Brentwood Stations of the Cross 3: the full programme of events

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THE BRENTWOOD STATIONS OF THE CROSS – MAIN EVENT

Saturday 7 March – 10 am

Talk given by Fr Martin Boland, Dean and Parish Priest, Brentwood Cathedral on

The Brentwood Stations of the Cross

with contributions from the artists Simon Carter and Matthew Krishanu

All Welcome – Admission Free

The Brentwood Stations of the Cross will be on show in the Cathedral from

Ash Wednesday until Good Friday

Meditation before the Stations – At Brentwood Cathedral – 7:30 pm

Friday 20 February
given by Fr Sean Connolly, Parish Priest St George’s, Norwich
Music by Carmel Thomas Youth Singers

Friday 27 February
given by Hannah Vaughan-Spruce, Catechetical Coordinator, Diocese of Portsmouth
Choristers from Chelmsford Cathedral

Friday 6 March
given by Fr Martin Hardy, Parish Priest St Patrick’s, Leicester
Music by Carmel Thomas Youth Singers

Friday 20 March
given by Very Rev Nicholas Henshall, Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral
Music by Brentwood Cathedral Chamber Choir

Friday 27 March
given by Rev Dr Adrian McConnaughie, Chaplain of Brentwood School
Music from Brentwood School Singers

The Brentwood Stations of the Cross are on show in Brentwood Cathedral from Ash Wednesday until Good Friday. For more details see here.

A book, The Brentwood Stations of the Cross, with images of the stations and reflections by the artists involved on their work is available to purchase on Amazon.

[See part 1 of the post here: “Religion and art in dialogue”]

[See part 2 of the post here: “What the fifteen artists actually did”]

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Fr Martin Boland is a priest in the Diocese of Brentwood. He is currently Dean of Brentwood Cathedral. Some of his articles here were first posted on his personal blog The Invisible Province. They are used with permission. See: http://theinvisibleprovince.blogspot.co.uk/

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