CLEVELAND -- Two west-side Catholic parishes marked Good Friday, with the Hispanic tradition of "Santo Entierra."
Several hundred people carried the cross of Jesus, through the city. It was a re-enactment of Christ's "Carrying of the Cross."
The tradition started 15-years ago.
Parishioners from largely-Hispanic parishes participate, as different people take turns carrying the cross.
Central and South American villages, mark Good Friday, with this tradition.