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Mother of Our Redeemer students reenact Stations of the Cross

Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders re-enact Jesus carrying his cross. From left: Nicholas Lozano, Ricardo Machado, Simeon Fleuridor, and Jonathan Lozano.

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Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders re-enact Jesus carrying his cross. From left: Nicholas Lozano, Ricardo Machado, Simeon Fleuridor, and Jonathan Lozano.

Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders, from left, Nicholas Lozano, Simeon Fleuridor and Jonathan Lozano re-enact Jesus' arrest during their Stations of the Cross presentation.

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Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders, from left, Nicholas Lozano, Simeon Fleuridor and Jonathan Lozano re-enact Jesus' arrest during their Stations of the Cross presentation.

MIAMI | Students at Mother of Our Redeemer School remembered Jesus’ gift of salvation this Lent as eighth-graders in Tammy Lozano’s language arts and social studies class reenacted the 14 Stations of the Cross for students, students, faculty and staff.

The eighth-graders led the younger students around the perimeter of the school, stopping at each designated station marked by hand-constructed wooden crosses. The re-enactment helped to explain to the younger students what happened so many years ago to Jesus.

“It was a very special day for everyone in attendance, and a blessing to the eighth-graders to reenact this very important day in our Catholic faith,” said Lozano. “The eighth-grade students did an amazing job at reenacting the scenes, and we are so very proud of them for their efforts.”

Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders accompany Jesus, played by Simeon Fleuridor, during the re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross.

Photographer: COURTESY

Mother of Our Redeemer eighth-graders accompany Jesus, played by Simeon Fleuridor, during the re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross.


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