Preparation before each hour
Thanksgiving after each hour
First Hour: From 5 to 6 PM
Jesus takes leave of His Most Holy Mother
Second Hour: From 6 to 7 PM
Jesus departs from His Most Holy Mother and sets out for the Cenacle
Third Hour: From 7 to 8 PM
The Legal Supper
Fourth Hour: From 8 to 9 PM
The Eucharistic Supper
Fifth Hour: From 9 to 10 PM
First Hour of Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane
Sixth Hour: From 10 to 11 PM
Second Hour of Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane
Seventh Hour: From 11 PM to Midnight
Third Hour of Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane
Eighth Hour: From Midnight to 1 AM
Jesus is arrested
Ninth Hour: From 1 to 2 AM
Thrown from a ledge, Jesus falls into the Cedron Stream
Tenth Hour: From 2 to 3 AM
Jesus is presented to Annas
Eleventh Hour: From 3 to 4 AM
Jesus in the house of Caiaphas
Twelfth Hour: From 4 to 5 AM
Jesus at the mercy of the soldiers
Thirteenth Hour: From 5 to 6 AM
Jesus in prison
Fourteenth Hour: From 6 to 7 AM
Jesus before Caiaphas again, who confirms His condemnation to death and sends Him to Pilate
Fifteenth Hour: From 7 to 8 AM
Jesus before Pilate. Pilate sends Him to Herod.
Sixteenth Hour: From 8 to 9 AM
Jesus is brought back to Pilate and placed after Barabbas. Jesus is scourged.
Seventeenth Hour: From 9 to 10 AM
Jesus is crowned with thorns. Presented to the people: “Ecce Homo!” Jesus is condemned to death.
The Eighteenth Hour: From 10 to 11 AM
Jesus takes up the Cross and walks toward Calvary, where He is stripped
The Nineteenth Hour: From 11 AM to 12 PM
Jesus is Crucified
Twentieth Hour: From 12 to 1 PM
First Hour of Agony on the Cross. The First Word of Jesus.
Twenty-first Hour: From 1 to 2 PM
Second Hour of Agony on the Cross. Second, Third and Fourth Word of Jesus.
Twenty-second Hour: From 2 to 3 PM
Third Hour of Agony on the Cross. Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Word of Jesus. The Death of Jesus.
Twenty-third Hour: From 3 to 4 PM
Jesus, Dead, is Pierced by the Thrust of a Lance. The Deposition from the Cross.
Twenty-fourth Hour: From 4 to 5 PM
The Burial of Jesus. Desolated Mary Most Holy.