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    Posted April 5, 2012 by
    Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Philippines
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    Filipinos celebrate Holy Week with “Reflections on the Stations of the Cross”


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Sunsetlady, of Bulacan, Philippines, shot these pictures at an interactive art exhibition that was held as part of the Holy Week celebration in Taguig City. 'What I like about this is it is actually very interesting because as I say, it's interactive, it's not only an art exhibit because people get to participate in the message that the Holy Week is trying to portray,' she says. She explains that attendees were carrying the cross, nailing it and posting prayers on clothing lines. 'The atmosphere was very Holy Week,' she says. 'People were there, taking photos, but at the same time...people were sort of doing the activity to internalize the message of the Holy Week.'
    - ssesha, CNN iReport producer

    An interactive art exhibit called “Walkway: Reflections on the Stations of the Cross” attracts Catholics in celebrating the Holy Week.

    The exhibit encourages everyone to take part in each station activity, including carrying of the cross, laying down stones, nailing black cloth on the cross and posting a prayer to Jesus or a prayer of blessing to a person.

    The exhibit runs until Easter Sunday in Bonifacio Global City is presented by the Church Simplified.

    Church Simplified helps each other take the next step in the journey of faith towards Jesus. They believe that “everyone is on a spiritual journey, and that the essence of the church is simply, people deciding to take that journey together.”

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