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way

1. a route or direction
2. a means or line of passage, such as a path or track
3. a street in or leading out of a town
4. movement of a ship or other vessel
5. a right of way in law
6. a guide along which something can be moved, such as the surface of a lathe along which the tailstock slides
7. the wooden or metal tracks down which a ship slides to be launched
8. each way (of a bet) laid on a horse, dog, etc., to win or gain a place

way

A street, alley, or other thoroughfare or easement permanently established for the passage of persons or vehicles.
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They draw me into the story and invite me--force me--to think about how the Way of the Cross bears on my life, how the pain, indignities, kindnesses, and insults that Jesus experienced are repeated daily, even in the world that he saved.
In reaction the Franciscans, who had been the guardians of the Holy Land's holy sites, recreated those places in Europe to meditate on Christ's Way of the Cross.
Responding to a desire for a more gospel-based devotion, Pope John Paul II introduced the scriptural Way of the Cross, which included 14 events depicted in the biblical accounts.