Photos from the event are here
18th Annual Ecumenical Way of the Cross:
A Walk for Justice
April 18, 2014
This ecumenical event, shaped by the tradition of remembering Jesus' final moments in life, the "stations" is held near a number of locations in the downtown area.
It is an opportunity to remember and pray for those caught in situations of oppression or suffering today.
The 1.5 mile walk will stop at 14 locations throughout downtown, reflecting on economic inequality, justice in health, care for the earth, the death penalty, the plight of immigrants/migrant workers, poverty and homelessness, racism, and many more.
Community Sponsors include:
St. William Church, Ascension Church, Casa Latina, Episcopal Church of the Advent, Church of the Epiphany Social Responsibility, Church of the Good Shepherd, CrossRoads Ministry, Episcopal Churches of Louisville – Beargrass Deanery, Highland Baptist Church’s Mission and Justice Ministry Group, Interfaith Paths to Peace, James Lees Memorial Presbyterian Church, JustFaith Ministries, Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light, Kentucky Interfaith Taskforce on Latin America and the Caribbean (KITLAC), Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, La Casita, Louisville Committee for Peace in the Middle East, Louisville Fellowship of Reconciliation, Louisville Peace Action Community, Mid-Kentucky Presbytery Mission Unit, Passionist Earth & Spirit Center, St. Agnes Church, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Sowers of Justice Network, Vietnam Veterans Against the War and many others who lend support.
2014 Route Map: http://tinyurl.com/bne9b4v
Coverage from last year's (2013) Walk:
Marian McClure Taylor of the Kentucky Council of Churches, sent us this link to a beautiful documentary video of the walk created by Stephen Taylor.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y27hiLFhaw Be sure to watch in high definition.
Photographs of the event are here.
Courier Journal video coverage is here.