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Lenten Devotions

Stations of the Cross

Easter Sunday

On Easter Sunday, Monsignor Reader, School Chaplain, rejoices in the resurrection of Jesus and reflects on the events on which our faith is based.

Warmest wishes for a joyful and blessed Easter Sunday from us all at the Vaughan. 

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Stations 13-14 

On Holy Saturday, Arthur B, Second Form, follows Jesus on the final two stations of the Cross as we observe the end of the Lenten season and prepare for Jesus' resurrection.

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection.

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Stations 10-12
On Good Friday, Giulio D, Second Form, follows Jesus on stations ten, eleven, and twelve of the Cross as we observe the crucifixion of Jesus.

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection. 

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Stations 8-9

On Maundy Thursday, Senay Y, Second Form, follows Jesus on stations eight and nine of the Cross.

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection. 

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Stations 6-7

On Holy Wednesday, Lucas L, First Form, follows Jesus on stations six and seven of the Cross.

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection.

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Stations 4-5

On Holy Tuesday, Daniel O, First Form, follows Jesus on stations four and five of the Cross.

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection.

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Stations 1-3

On Holy Monday, Alban T, First Form Worship Rep, follows Jesus on the first three stations of the Cross. 

We invite you to join us in prayer and reflection.

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The Mystery of the Cross

On Palm Sunday, Sr (Dr) Finbarr Coffey, Teacher of Philosophy, reflects on the mystery of the Cross in preparation for our journey with Jesus during the stations of the Cross.

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Hail, Redeemer, King Divine 

Throughout Holy Week, the Vaughan will be following Jesus on the way of the cross with a selection of readings and reflections from our school Chapel. 

Today we share a recording of Kaelan O’S, Third Form singing a verse from Hail, Redeemer, King Divine that reminds us of the significance of Christ’s sacrifice and forgiveness at the crucifixion and his continuing presence in our lives to guide us. 

We invite you to follow along and join us in reflection this week.

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