Outdoor Stations of the Cross
A set of ceramic Stations of the Cross from the Isleta Pueblo church was donated to St. Edwin. Ramona and Fermin Lujan’s boys, along with a friend welded sturdy frames for each one.
A team of forty-five parishioners convened on a Saturday to make a path along the Stations, using sunset rose crusher fine gravel in the middle.
On the edges of the path you see the limestone pavers donated by the Sisneros Bros. Mfg. in Belen. Parishioners cut the stone to fit; we have lots more to adorn other parts of the park.
At both the beginning and end of the path you see a little “turnout.” When we have small groups we use the inner path. When the groups are large we divert to the larger road following  the same path. We are a pilgrim people.
A view of the meadow outside the church. We are pleased that our sunflower patch is doing well.
With the new cedar fence we are able to place our sheep near the church.
Outdoor Stations
A set of ceramic Stations of the Cross from Isleta was donated to St. Edwin. Ramona and Fermin Lujan’s boys, along with a friend welded sturdy frames for each one.
A team of forty-five parishioners convened on a Saturday to make a path along the Stations, using sunset rose crusher fine gravel.
On the edges of the path you see the limestone pavers donated by the Sisneros Bros. Mfg. in Belen. Parishioners cut the stone to fit; we have lots more to adorn other parts of the park.
At both the beginning and end of the path you see a little “turnout.” When we have small groups we use the inner path. When the groups are large we divert to the larger road following  the same path. We are a pilgrim people.
A view of the meadow outside the church. We are pleased that our sunflower patch is doing well.
With the new cedar fence we are able to place our sheep near the church.