Around 400 took part in St. Anthony Mary Claret Catholic Church’s Stations of the Cross procession, over several blocks surrounding the church, depicting Christ’s last moments, of carrying the cross to his crucifixion.
John WalkerThe Fresno Bee
Good Friday’s Stations of the Cross procession
Fresno Deaf Church gives the deaf community support in worship
Fresno Diocese travels to Kearney Park for special mobile Mass
Woman describes pit bull attack that cost her one arm and severely damaged the other
Why the Blessing of the Grapes is so important in the Armenian Church
Religious leaders hold prayer walk for victims of Tuesday's triple-homicide in Fresno
Easter sunrise service celebrated in a local vineyard
Giving Syrian refugees support
Fresno volunteers teach English to Syrian refugees
Area faithful fill Valdez Hall for traditional Fresno/Clovis prayer breakfast
Vatican official speaks about Pope Francis' views on immigration
Sanjuana Garibay says she was on the ground praying during an attack by two pit bulls in a Fresno alley. It happened April 5, 2016; in August 2017 she's in rehabilitation in Fresno and credits her Christian faith for resiliency.
Wasan Abu-Baker, a staff member with Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries, herself an immigrant years ago from Palestine, talks about giving needed support to recent Syrian refugees, such as Iman Akroum.
Central San Joaquin Valley residents flocked to Christmas Eve church services. Some attending a candlelight service at Peoples Church on Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016, in Fresno talk about their reasons for being there.
Sheila Earl talks about the couple she and her husband, Arville Earl, met when they did missionary work in Kosovo in the 1990s. She is entering a watercolor of an elderly couple she met there in the Ramadan Art Contest sponsored by the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno.
Congregants lit menorahs in celebration of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, at Temple Beth Israel in northwest Fresno on Friday. The candelabras are lit during the eight-day holiday, which celebrates the Maccabees’ victory over the Syrians in the second century B.C.
Raj Singh Badhesha, a legal advisory board member with the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education organization, talks about how social media and resolutions like the one adopted in Kerman this week can help spread information about human rights abuses in Punjab despite media blackouts.