Sixth Station of the Cross (Way of the Cross) Prayers

These are the prayers said at the Sixth Station of the Cross led by the leader. These prayers are said before the Seventh Station.

Sixth Station of the Cross (Way of the Cross) Prayers
Sixth Station of the Cross

Veronica Wipes the face of Jesus

V=> (genuflecting) We adore You, O Christ, and praise You.

R=> Because by your Holy Cross You have redeemed the world.

          Consider how the holy woman named Veronica, seeing Jesus so ill-used, and bathed in sweat and blood, wiped His face with a towel, on which was left the impression of His Holy Countenance.

MY most beloved Jesus! Your face was beautiful before, but in this journey it has lost all its beauty, and wounds and blood have disfigured it. Alas! My soul also was ones beautiful, when it received Your grace in baptism, but I have disfigured it by my sins; You alone, my Redeemer, can restore it to its former beauty. Do this by Your passion, O Jesus!

I love You, Jesus, my love, above all things; I repent with my whole heart for having offended you. Never permit me to separate myself from you again. Grant that I may love you always; and then do with me what you will.

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Our FatherHail MaryGlory be to the Father



Quis non posset contristari.

Christi Matrem contemplari   

Dolentem cum Filio? 


Can the human heart refrain

From partaking in her pain

In that Mother’s pain untold.

FIFTH STATION: The Cross is Laid Upon Simon of Cyrene

SEVENTH STATION: Jesus Falls the Second Time

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