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In Latin, "Via Dolorosa" means "way of sorrows" or "painful way." It refers to the path that Jesus walked on his way to crucifixion. Follow that path and complete the 14 Stations of the Cross in the MBA Dallas' Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden, which features gripping, larger-than-life bronze statues by Santa Fe artist, Gib Singleton. The Garden is open to the public during regular museum hours and is free of charge. Come and behold this beautiful installation. 

The Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden was made possible by the Private Collection of Tia.

The Museum of Biblical Art expresses heartfelt appreciation to the Private Collection of Tia and the many Legacy Sponsors, General Donors, and In-Kind Donors who helped bring these works of art to the people of Dallas.

Dedicated May 16, 2015

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