Praying the Stations of the Cross with The Hidden Gem

Sunday 3rd April 2022

As our Lenten journey takes us ever closer to Our Lord’s Passion we invite you to pray with us as we reflect on a truly unique Stations of the Cross.

The beautiful church of St Mary in the very heart of Manchester – also known by many as The Hidden Gem – is home to a stunning collection of the Stations of the Cross.

Click here to view our Stations of the Cross playlist.

They are the work of the late Norman Adams RA and were commissioned by former parish priest Canon Denis Clinch in 1993.

These remarkable paintings are accompanied by thoughtful reflections from Emeritus Bishop of Salford, Bishop Terence Brain, which can be found in a small booklet at The Hidden Gem, Mulberry Street.

With the help of our Episcopal Vicar for Formation Fr Paul Daly and parish priest of The Hidden Gem, Mgr Anthony Kay, we have created a digital form of the Stations and Bishop Brain’s reflections, and invite you to walk and pray with us along The Way of the Cross in these final days of Lent.

Please click here to find out more about opening times for The Hidden Gem and here to find out more about Daily Confessions available at The Hidden Gem during Lent.

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