One began at McQuaid Jesuit High School in Brighton. The other began in front of Eastman Kodak Company's headquarters in downtown Rochester.
The Stations focused on a variety of life issues, including abortion, war, and social and economic injustice.
Given the culture of death that seems to be winning, it might be easy to get discouraged. But it's Good Friday, and as a deacon at the McQuaid Stations observed, "It's Friday - but Sunday's coming."