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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Chris Cudabac helps his daughter Helen Cudabac make a cross for herself at the Third Station during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Rosie Cudabac holds the cross during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Shannon Hunt, Rosie Cudabac, C.C. Burlington, Maddie Lineberger and Miles Lineberger walk together during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Maddie Lineberger grimaces as she smells the vinegar smell of a sponge soaked in vinegar during a demonstration of the wine mixed with gall which was offered to Jesus at Golgotha when he was about to be nailed to the cross. This demonstration was at the Fourth Station during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Miles Lineberger and his sitter Maddie Lineberger walk during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Rosie Cudabac kneels beneath a dogwood holding the cross at the Fifth Station in the gardens area of St. Peters during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Rosie Cudabac holds the cross during a Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Miles Lineberger puts his cross into a crevice in a rock in the gardens at St. Peters along with other children's crosses at the close of the Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Children put their crosses into a crevice in a rock in the gardens at St. Peters at the close of the Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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    Diedra Laird - dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
    Children put their crosses into a crevice in a rock in the gardens at St. Peters at the close of the Children's Stations of the Cross ceremony Friday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. On Good Friday, the most somber day on the Christian calendar, churchgoers remember the crucifixion of Jesus. At uptown's St. Peter's Episcopal Church, children prayed the Stations of the Cross, artistic representations of Jesus' path to death on the cross at Calvary.
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