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Stations of Strength - Praying the Stations of the Cross in Times of Suffering
“We walk the way of the cross, knowing that Jesus takes up our cross first. Don't be afraid. We're never alone on the way of suffering.”
With these words, best-selling spiritual author, Alice Camille, invites us to reflect upon our own contemporary experiences as we walk with Christ to Calvary. This wholly fresh Stations of the Cross is a timely reminder that God is with us here and now and that love is stronger than suffering and even death. God’s love has no end!Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
Stations of Hope - Praying the Stations of the Cross for Today
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In this fresh approach to the Stations of the Cross, best-selling author and spiritual leader, Fr. David Knight reminds us that hope can be found in the darkest of places and the true power of the crucifixion is the opportunity to transform unimaginable pain and suffering into faith, hope and love.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
Praying the Stations of the Cross for Healing
“The way of the cross is the most important moment of Jesus’ life – for him, and for us. The cross turns pain into love. And love is the fullness of life.” With these words, Fr. David Knight invites us to journey to the cross with Jesus as a way to heal our own pain, grief and woundedness.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
Praying the Stations for the Suffering, Ill and Disabled
Each one of us has a disability of one sort or another—some are visible and obvious (needing a wheelchair, for example, or even glasses for reading). Others are invisible but no less prominent (dealing with chronic illness or daily pain). As Holly Clark points out in these poignant and profound reflections on Jesus’ journey to Calvary, Jesus chose the disability of the cross, and by doing so, ennobles our own suffering and gives us courage. These prayers will strengthen and inspire and offer hope and spiritual healing to all, no matter what your disability may be.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
From John van Bemmel – for youth & adults
Praying the Stations of the Cross for Seniors
Walking with Jesus on his way to Calvary can take on special meaning for us as we face the pains and changes that come with getting old.
By connecting many aspects of aging to Jesus’ Passion and death, this insightful and poignant Way of the Cross shows us how close Jesus is to us on our journey. It opens our eyes to the new beginnings that this time of life can bring and assures us that Jesus will give us the strength and courage to face our challenges with faith and patience, endurance and compassion, spiritual vigor and true wisdom, cheerfulness and generosity, and optimism and abiding hope.
These thoughtful prayers and reflections, meant to be prayed alone or with others, help us see the grace and beauty of this time of life. Praying these Stations is not just for the elderly—it’s also for anyone who cares for and walks with seniors into this new stage of life and spiritual growth.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
From Bill Huebsch – for youth & adults
Praying the Stations of Mercy with Pope Francis
Pope Francis has called the Church to become more merciful. We are invited to imitate Christ who, in his way of the cross, offered mercy to the world. Even though we continued to live in selfishness and sin, he loved us with the tender heart of God. He revealed God's face to us: a Father of Mercy. These Stations are in the traditional arrangement and each includes a verse of the wonderful Stabat Mater,
fitting for the Lord of Mercy.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
From Bill Huebsch – for youth & adults
Praying the Stations with Pope Francis
Pope Francis is calling the whole church, including himself, to live more simply, to be in greater solidarity with the poor, and to have a renewed encounter with Christ. As we walk with Jesus to the Cross, Pope Francis leads us to reflect deeply on our call to imitate him with our lives. These are the traditional Stations in their traditional setting. But here you will find a stirring approach to living the Paschal Mystery and here you will experience the wondrous power of the Spirit to touch your heart.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
From Richard Furey – for youth and adults
Mary's Way of the Cross
This bestselling way of the cross follows Jesus on his journey to Calvary through the eyes of his mother, Mary. With a mother's love and also with deep faith, she accompanies him and invites readers to follow him as well—with love and deep faith.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
Por Ricardo Furey
El Viacrucis de Maria
Estas reflexiones sobre el viacrucis consideran el camino de Jesús al Calvario con la mirada de su madre, María. Con su amor materno y su fe profunda, María le acompaña, y al mismo tiempo nos invita a nosotros—los lectores de estas reflexiones—a seguirlo con ese mismo amor y fe.
From Gwen Costello
Praying the Stations with Children
This delightful booklet is a perennial favorite because it involves children spiritually, emotionally, and physically. It invites them to ponder what happened to Jesus and how they can respond to these events in their own daily lives.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.
From Gwen Costello
Praying the Stations with Teenagers
This acclaimed booklet addresses many of the challenges teens confront today as they follow Jesus in their daily lives: peer pressure, drugs, alcohol, prejudice, and so on. A true conversion experience that has been widely used with 7th through 12th graders.Peek Inside! See the ENTIRE CONTENTS of this ▲ Stations of the Cross booklet here.Lent is a journey with Jesus toward the discovery of the Paschal Mystery as we are called to live it in our daily lives.
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