Albertus Magnus College Prays for Peace in Ukraine

Outdoor Stations of the Cross Focuses on Suffering in Today’s World

New Haven, Conn, April 11, 2022 Albertus Magnus College will hold its Outdoor Stations of the Cross for the Suffering of the World.  Participants from the College community will gather at Rosary Hall, 700 Prospect Street in New Haven, and walk to 14 stations on campus – depicting Jesus Christ on his journey to the Cross.  At each Station, a scene from this journey will be remembered and a prayer for a particular group will be offered.

Who: Albertus Community

What: Stations of the Cross, Seeking God’s Love in Our World

When: Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at 3:30 pm.

Where: Meet in front of Rosary Hall, 700 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT., and then go on to:

  1. Rosary Hall:  Those who seek truth.
  2. Tree by Soccer Field:  Dedicated to those who died from COVID.
  3. Siena Hall:  Those who provide the Arts to us.
  4. Community Garden:  Those who need food.
  5. Mohun Hall:  Care for our elders.
  6. Nilan Hall:  Those who are homeless.
  7. Athletic Center:  Those children who need safety and the joy of playing.
  8. Weldon Hall:  Those who need education.
  9. Campus Center Parking Lot:  Those who are trafficked, victims of gun violence, and those who are incarcerated.
  10. Peace Pole, Campus Center:  Peace in our world, especially in Ukraine.
  11. Walsh Hall (Chapel):  Those who need faith and spiritual help.
  12. Walsh Hall (“Racism is a Sin. Period.” sign):   Those who strive for racial justice and equity.
  13. Walsh Hall (Window in Chapel, Fecundity of Springtime):  Those who suffer because of the devastation of the earth.
  14. Tagliatela Center (St. Albert Statue):  Those immigrants seeking a new life and seeking an education, DACA students.

About Albertus Magnus College

About Albertus Magnus College: Albertus Magnus College, founded in 1925, is a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition. It is recognized by external rankings such as US News & World Report Best Colleges, Money Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education. The College has an enrollment of 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate program, accelerated adult degree programs, and 12 graduate programs, including a new Master of Public Administration and the only Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling program in Connecticut. In the last year, the College received two significant Federal grants in support of student success and well-being: a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice and a $1.9 million Title III grant from the Department of Education.