While we were driving around the city, as most of the streets were free from cars and people, Bonifacio High Street was the opposite, there were a lot of people, mostly families participating in the Lenten reflections called "Walkway: Reflections on the Stations of the Cross" as organized by Church Simplified, together with Provill and Fort Bonifacio Devt.
We were given leaflet guide as you walk to all fourteen interactive stations, based on the gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, set up throughout the mall grounds. To fully appreciate the Walkway, we are encouraged to take part in each station activity.
In Station 6, we were asked to take a piece of black cloth (as provided in the station) which represents all our mistakes in life, our sins and failures. We had to bring it along as we need it in Station 9, The Crucifixion. Here, we're asked to nail the cloth into the cross. It reminded us of God's love for us, that he had to die and be crucified for all our sins.