Boudreau asserted that others do not appear to understand Hispanic Catholics, particularly the emotional way in which they worship and their preference for visual displays such as Stations of the Cross processions.
What does SOTC stand for?
SOTC stands for Stations of the Cross
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We have 23 other meanings of SOTC in our Acronym Attic
- Sign of the Chrysanthemum (book)
- Slightly Off Topic Comment
- Soldiers of the Cross (Danville, VA)
- Songs of the Children (Christian outreach)
- Sons of the Cloth (band)
- Soul of the Cave (alternative rock band)
- Southern Oklahoma Technology Center
- Spirit of the Century (roleplaying game)
- State of the Collection (watches)
- State of the Cryosphere (overview of the status of snow and ice as indicators of climate change)
- Straight Out of the Camera (photography)
- Stream-Oriented Turbo Code
- Syracuse Obedience Training Club
- State of the County Health (North Carolina; report)
- Serial Over TCP (Vanguard)
- Society of Twentieth Century Wargamers
- Saint of the Day
- Scent of the Day
- School of Technology and Design (various universities)
- School of Theatre and Dance (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] It's becoming something of an annual rite to make mention here of the various Stations of the Cross commissioned for the Lent period.
I FIRST SAW STATIONS of the Cross by Julia Nema at almost the same time that I stumbled upon Minimum, a book by British architect John Pawson.
And he deals with the artistic objects in the church: statues, paintings, Stations of the Cross, the large Crucifix, stained-glass windows, music, etc.
A line of plus and equal signs across one of the ink-soaked pieces of paper looks like a rendering of the stations of the cross, lending the work instant gravitas (Untitled, 1992), but the marks are made in correction tape, which has begun to flake off.
Offered are "Novenas for My Child"; "A Rosary for My Child"; and Stations of the Cross for My Child".