Via Crucis Stations of the Cross, Stations of the Struggle Art Exhibit

March 1st – April 30th in Bethel’s Gallery Hallway


Opening Reception with Photographer Roland Torres March 5th, 10:30-Noon in Gallery Hallway


Meet & Greet with Madison Arcatao Sister City Project April 16th, 10:30-11:30 in Good Shepherd Chapel


On display this Lent and Easter is the Madison Arcatao Sister City Project’s photography art exhibit Via Crucis Stations of the Cross and Stations of the Struggle by Madison Photographer Roland Torres. The images in these photos are of diptychs painted on the walls of the Catholic Church in Arcatao, El Salvador. One part of each of the 14 Stations depicts the traditional station of the cross, telling the story of Jesus carrying the cross to his crucifixion. Next to each traditional image is an image depicting a spiritually related event in the struggle of the community of Arcatao during the 13 years of civil war in El Salvador. It was while on a Madison Arcatao Sister City Project delegation to Arcatao that Roland was inspired to photograph each station.

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