Station I - Jesus is Condemned to Die
(St. Mary's Church, Calton)
Station II - Jesus Carries His Cross
(St. Paul's Church, Shettleston)
Station III - Jesus Falls the First Time
(St. Barnabas' Church, Shettleston)
Station IV - Jesus Meets His Mother
(St. Mark's Church, Shettleston)
Station V - Simon Helps Jesus Carry His Cross
(St. Anne's Church, Dennistoun)
Station VI - Veronica Wipes His Face
(St. Bridget's Church, Baillieston)
Station VII - Jesus Falls a Second Time
(Sacred Heart Church, Bridgeton)
Station VIII - Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem
(St. Joseph's Church, Tollcorss)
Station IX - Jesus Falls the Third Time
(St. Maria Goretti's Church, Cranhill)
Station X - Jesus is Stripped
(Our Lady of Fatima's Church, Dalmarnock)
Station XI - Jesus is Nailed to the Cross
(Our Lady of Good Counsel's Church, Westercraig)
Station XII - Jesus Dies on the Cross
(St. Alphonsus's Church, Calton)
Station XIII - Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross
(St. Bernadette's Church, Carntyne)
Station XIV - Jesus is Laid in the Tomb
(St. Philip's Church, Ruchazie)
NOTES: Updated for 1st July, 2010.
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