These stations, crafted from 4-inch squares of copper, were made by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange (in Orange , Calif.) in the early 1960s.
These stations were painted by artists from Turkana, Kenya around 1995 and are housed in Lodwar Cathedral in Kenya.
This set of Stations is geared for children and their families and talks about how one should feel while progressing through the various stations.
This set of Stations of the Cross from El Salvador is especially graphic. It portrays in unflinching detail the torture visited upon Salvadorans in the 1980s.