Adjacent to the Armenian Catholic Patriarchate is the fourth Station of the Cross. In fact, there is a bas-relief for both stations almost side-by-side. This is the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows. The name stems from where Jesus encounters his mother while carrying the cross. By Jerusalem standards, this chapel’s construction date of 1881 is relatively modern. Yet you will be intrigued by the Byzantine mosaic floor from the 5th century.