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kristiosketches asked: Random Easter related question for you: Is there any significance to Jesus specifically falling three times during the Stations of the Cross? As a kid it always seemed odd to me that his falls are specifically noted and numbered. Is this just so we feel sympathy for him? Meant to humanize him just prior to the crucifixion? Or is there meant to be a deeper meaning behind the three falls (Somehow referencing the Holy Trinity?)
I have no idea what that is. Is that a Catholic thing?
Yes, it’s a catholic thing. And yes, the “three falls” are symbolic because catholics attach Trinity significance to every single thing that could possibly be put into a group of 3.