The religious community at Trinity Church remembered Jesus’ suffering with a march through the city Friday afternoon, stopping to pray and sing while reflecting on the city’s displaced homeless population, violence, and problems caused by racial and economic disparity.
Under a gray, cloudy sky, more than 45 people marched through the Back Bay in the 15th Good Friday walk called “Stations of the City,” modeled after the Stations of the Cross, on the day when Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus.
In his sermon, the Rev. William W. Rich spoke of troubles that plagued Jesus during his lifetime that are still present today.
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