The way of the cross in scripture and meditation
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The way of the cross in scripture and meditation stations for each Friday during Lent by John A. Hammes

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Published by St. Paul Editions in [S.l.] .
Written in English


  • Stations of the Cross.,
  • Lent -- Prayer-books and devotions -- English.

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Edition Notes

StatementJohn A. Hammes.
LC ClassificationsBX2040 .H265 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination136 p. ;
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2944513M
ISBN 100819882054
LC Control Number84184004

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All: Because by your holy cross, you have redeemed the world. (All rise.) Scripture: Matthew Then Jesus came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and he said to his disciples, ‘Sit here while I go over there and pray.’ He took along Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, and began to feel sorrow and distress. Then he said to. The Way of the Cross with Text from Sacred Scripture In English and Spanish. During the Turkish occupation of the Holy Land in the late Middle Ages, when pilgrims were prevented from visiting its sacred sites, the custom arose of making replicas of those holy .   The Stations of the Cross are usually observed during Lent, especially on Lenten Fridays and most importantly on Good is one of the most popular devotions for Roman Catholics. The devotion consists of meditating on 14 events which form the 14 stations of the cross. One of the most popular of these devotions was the "Stations of the Way of the Cross," which were imitations of the "stations," or stopping places of prayer on the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem. By the late sixteenth century the fourteen stations as we know them today, were erected in .

Digital download: An extensive Stations of the Cross with, at each station, a Bible reading and a testimony from a person who witnessed one of the events in the story. This is very much a community event in which everyone can be involved. Taken from the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 40 pages. 3. Meditation on Scripture is essential to Christian living. Just consider a handful of texts that make this clear: “This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate. If there is but one prayer you will say every day, make it the Rosary! Included are meditations on the decades of the Rosary. The Divine Mercy Chaplet of Saint Faustina and the Stations of the Cross are wonderful ways to meditate on the saving love of Jesus Christ. Included are meditations, images and Scripture readings. Since of the 14 traditional stations of the cross, only eight have clear scriptural foundation, Pope John Paul II introduced a new form, the Scriptural Way of the Cross on Good Friday and performed them at the Coliseum in Rome on Good Fridays during his reign. (Pope Francis I has reverted to the Traditional Way of the Cross.).