Students At St. Joseph's Academy In Bogota Reenact Stations Of The Cross
You'll find Stations of the Cross in virtually every Catholic church, but the story they tell really came alive for students at St. Joseph's Academy In Bogota, N.J. In a culture that focuses on the secular "welcome spring" element of Easter, St. Joseph's holds the living stations of the cross to refocus on the reason for Easter. CBS 2's Tony Aiello reports.
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