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Manchester Stations of the Cross, March 29, 2013More than 500 people descended on Mt. Calvary Cemetery to embrace their Catholic faith on Good Friday, walking with barefoot teenagers reenacting the Way of the Cross.

Mary, who is played by Michaela Donovan, 17 of Deerfield, grieves over the body of her son, Jesus, during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, performs the role of Jesus.  (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER)
Jesus, who is played by Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, is nailed to the cross during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester.  (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER
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Mary, who is played by Michaela Donovan, 17 of Deerfield, grieves over the body of her son, Jesus, during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, performs the role of Jesus  (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER
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Mary, who is played by Michaela Donovan, 17 of Deerfield, grieves over the body of her son, Jesus, during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, performs the role of Jesus.  (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER)
Mary, who is played by Michaela Donovan, 17 of Deerfield, grieves over the body of her son, Jesus, during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, performs the role of Jesus.  (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER)
Mary, who is played by Michaela Donovan, 17 of Deerfield, meets her son, Jesus, during a reenactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. Brian McCormack, 15, of Dunbarton, performs the role of Jesus . (MICHAEL COUSINEAU/UNION LEADER)