Good Friday, which is March 29 this year, is one of only two days during the year that Roman Catholics do not have Mass. Instead, most churches say the Stations of the Cross, a devotional that St. Francis of Assisi started in the 12th century. These stations are the watershed moments of Jesus’s last hours.
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HOW TO GO
What: 28th annual Good Friday Walk for Justice and Peace
Where: Downtown Dayton, starting at Courthouse Square, Third and Main streets, Dayton
When: Noon to 2:30 p.m. Friday
More info: (937) 222-4322 or www.christianconnections.org