Life and death on the street

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SAN DIEGO — The faithful shared their public witness at two Stations of the Cross events in downtown San Diego on Good Friday, April 15.

In the morning, the 29th annual Walk with the Suffering featured Cristo Rey San Diego High School and Academy of Our Lady of Peace students re-enacting Jesus’ last hours. The procession highlighted  issues that cause suffering, such as poverty, mental illness and lack of affordable housing.

Hours later, Auxiliary Bishop Ramón Bejarano led around 250 people from St. Joseph’s Cathedral to the federal building on Broadway to call attention to the sanctity of life and advocate for an end to abortion.

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