Theology Research Associate Professor Monsignor Stephen Rossetti and music alumna Crossley Hawn recently collaborated with the Museum of the Bible to prepare a “virtual exhibit” on the Stations of the Cross. The devotion, often prayed during Lent, reflects on the last hours of Jesus’s life.
The museum’s video devotion features the traditional readings and prayers recited by Monsignor Rossetti, music by D.C. opera singer Hawn, and sculptures by Gib Singleton, who’s “bowed cross” famously has adorned the croziers of Popes John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis.
“Because of COVID, many of us cannot get out to observe the Stations of the Cross as we normally would. So we’re inviting you to walk through the final hours of Jesus's life online,” the museum's website states.