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Stations of the Cross

According to the canonical texts of the New Testament, there was a man present during the Passion of Christ, or the Stations of the Cross, who helped Jesus to carry the cross prior to the crucifixion: a man named Simon of Cyrene. But just who was this man? Interestingly, little of his life is know, although many theories have been made.

Beyond this, however, many have debated the origins of the cross used in Jesus' crucifixion. According to the Golden Legend, the True Cross was born out of the Tree of Life. What became of it afterwards, however, remains an even greater mystery, fragments claiming to be its remnants have been found in churches all over the world.

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