The Sixth Sword of Sorrow – Receiving the Body of Jesus Taken Down from the Cross

Have you ever accompanied a loved one through their suffering? Whether it is a physical illness, the pain of addiction, or an emotional trauma, bearing witness to the suffering of another is a very difficult thing to do, and the closer the relationship we have with them, the more painful it is.

To understand the intensity of the suffering this sword caused our Blessed Mother, we must first understand how much love she had for her Son.

The Fifth Sword of Sorrow – The Death of Jesus

Have you ever accompanied a loved one through their suffering? Whether it is a physical illness, the pain of addiction, or an emotional trauma, bearing witness to the suffering of another is a very difficult thing to do, and the closer the relationship we have with them, the more painful it is.

To understand the intensity of the suffering this sword caused our Blessed Mother, we must first understand how much love she had for her Son.

The Fourth Sword of Sorrow – Meeting Jesus on the Road to Calvary

Have you ever accompanied a loved one through their suffering? Whether it is a physical illness, the pain of addiction, or an emotional trauma, bearing witness to the suffering of another is a very difficult thing to do, and the closer the relationship we have with them, the more painful it is.

To understand the intensity of the suffering this sword caused our Blessed Mother, we must first understand how much love she had for her Son.

The Third Sword of Sorrow – The Loss of Jesus for Three Days in Jerusalem

Sometimes, we undergo suffering that does not seem to us to have a purpose. We may be left with many unanswered questions about our painful experiences, and the greatest one may simply be “why?” Why did I have to go through that? What was the reason for it? Let’s reflect on what our Blessed Mother did when she was faced with this type of suffering.