Good Friday - Way of the Cross

Passion Event hosted by the Syro Malabar Community


Adelaide's Syro Malabar Community came together on Good Friday to remember the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ in a powerful display of faith and unity. The event, which saw approximately 1,320 members from all three parishes attend, was a shining example of what can be accomplished through prayer, fasting, and dedication.

The youth members of the community played a significant role in the Passion Liturgy, enacting the stations of the cross with deep faith and inspiring devotion. More than 50 youth members worked tirelessly to bring this critical part of the Good Friday Liturgy to life, while 30 others supported their efforts behind the scenes.

The Passion Liturgy reminded attendees of Christ's endless love for humanity, as He carried the world's sins on the Cross of Salvation and poured out immense love and forgiveness on all. The event was a powerful reminder that, even in the darkest of times, surrendering our sorrows to the Lord can provide incredible comfort and strength.

The community expressed deep gratitude to the Archdiocese of Adelaide for its unwavering support and ongoing prayers, with special thanks given to Fr Dean Marin, the Vicar General of the Adelaide Archdiocese, for gracing the event with his presence and providing the final blessing. The Adelaide Archdiocese has been a pillar of strength for the community from the very beginning, providing the foundation for the Syro Malabar Community's continued growth and success.

The success of the event was a testament to the powerful role that faith and unity can play in bringing a community together, regardless of challenges or difficulties. Adelaide's Syro Malabar Community is a shining example of the transformative power of faith and belief in Jesus.

By Gaveen George