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The Stations of the Cross are a traditional devotion on Fridays and during Lent. While doing the round of the stations we are no longer in our church or home, we are walking the Via Dolerosa in 1st century Jerusalem at the events that we call collectively the Passion of our Saviour.
Usually consisting of 14 reflections or “Stations”, concluding with the burial of Jesus. some more contemporary ones add a final one, the Resurrection. The collection offered here are a mix of styles, some suited to praying alone, others the ideal form of a family prayer for Friday. All can help us connect with the saving events of the first Good Friday that resulted in the redemption of all of us

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This Youtube video captures the familiar rhythms of the most well know of the Stations
For Adult  - 30 Minutes

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The Stations in cartoon form, with lots of educational elements.
Even quite young children  - 25 minutes

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This video is a reflective, scriptural treatment of the Stations drawing heavily on the psalms
For Adult - 29 minutes

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A lovely pdf of the stations with reflection, prayer and illustration for each station – one per page
Text For Adult

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Christ In the COVID

Praying with and for those affected by the COVID Virus
Text For Adults

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A scriptural Stations based on John Paul II’s reflections
Video For Adult - 17 Minutes

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