Starkville Easter tradition “Stations of the Cross” continues

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STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – It’s an Easter tradition in Starkville: commemorating Jesus’ last day on Earth as a man.

More than 200 people of all denominations participated in the annual “Stations of the Cross” celebration.

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The march depicted the stations where Jesus walked to his crucifixion. Along the way, participants recited specific prayers.

The walk ended at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with a brief service.

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