The 14 Stations of the Cross are brilliantly re-interpreted for modern audiences in these readings. Each Station is written to be whole in and of itself, and thus different Stations may or may not be used in each production. The goal of this play is to "Help us to share in the Passion of our Savior, to sense how those twisted streets of Jerusalem run through the streets of Los Angeles and Calcutta. To intuit how the wood that made the cross may buttress the fragile walls of our own homes, to feel how the steel that made the nails may make bullets and and bayonets. To teach us to somehow make sense of our suffering, the way You make the suffering of Our Lord meaningful. To put our lives and ourselves together the way You put those sacred events together." This work has been praised by clergy and performed in churches around the country. A man and a woman are the minimum cast if more speakers are available, the parts can be distributed appropriately. An ideal program for Lent. About 30 minutes if performed in its entirety.