Station days were days of fasting in the early Christian Church.[1] The practice of keeping stations died out during the Avignon papacy, but it has been revived in the twentieth century by popes Leo XIII and John XXIII.[2]

Today they are days associated with processions to particular churches in which the faithful may gain certain indulgences.

Station Churches

The current station churches of Rome are:[3]


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