From the Diocese of the San Diego Website
Via Crucis to the Border will highlight plight of immigrants
Members of the Episcopal Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego, including Bishop John Taylor, will draw attention to the plight of immigrants as they travel the way of the cross. There will also be a worship service from the Mexican side of the border.
All are welcome to join in at any of the stops.
Below is the preliminary schedule for the Via Crucis journey. Please note that times are approximate because of contingencies such as traffic. For day-of updates, contact Nancy Holland, 619-823-8998.
7:30 a.m.Cathedral Center of St. Paul, 840 Echo Park, Los Angeles to begin Via Crucis
9 a.m.St. Michael’s, 311 W. South St., Anaheim, 92805
12:30 p.m.St. Philip’s, 2660 Hardy Drive, Lemon Grove, 91945, Free Lunch
2 p.m.Friendship Park parking lot
3 p.m.Eucharist at the US-Mexico border fence
3:30 p.m.Walk back to the parking lot
See www.friendshippark.org for directions and map.
At each stop the pilgrims will pray the Stations of the Cross, arriving at the border about 3 p.m. for the last station and celebration of the Eucharist. We will travel by car caravan.
At the border we will bear witness to the plight of those affected by immigration by celebrating the Eucharist, remembering that Jesus was an immigrant. Please be sure to bring your own water. It is a bit of a walk to the wall from the Friendship Park parking lot; please do be prepared for the pilgrimage.