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Stations of the Cross Shrine Set

…piece set of the Stations of the Cross for outdoor or indoor use. These are made of solid walnut wood and finished with exterior grade stain. Each image is individually printed on metal plates which are then permanently fastened to the Shrine. These make great pieces for gardens, prayer paths,…

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$389.95

Stations of the Cross Shrine Set

…piece set of the Stations of the Cross for outdoor or indoor use. These are made of solid walnut wood and finished with exterior grade stain. Each image is individually printed on metal plates which are then permanently fastened to the Shrine. These make great pieces for gardens, prayer paths,…

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$549.95

Stations of the Cross Shrine Set

…piece set of the Stations of the Cross for outdoor or indoor use. These are made of solid walnut wood and finished with exterior grade stain. Each image is individually printed on metal plates which are then permanently fastened to the Shrine. These make great pieces for gardens, prayer paths,…

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$899.95

The Living Stations of the Cross - I Thirst [CD]

…and music. This devotional Stations of the Cross edition combines narration, vocalists, music, and instrumentation in a heartfelt spiritual meditation on the Passion of Christ. The listener will journey through all fourteen stations with Jesus, from His agony in the Garden of Gethsemane to His body…

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What Jesus Saw From the Cross & Praying With Mother Angelica (2 Book Set)

…sufferings of Jesus on the Cross.   Praying with Mother Ang elica Mother Angelica’s meditations combine the spiritual insights of a master with the warmth of a loving mother. Her short but powerful reflections on each decade of the Rosary and Station of the Cross will lift your soul to…

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How to Pray the Stations of the Cross

…of the Cross, especially by making use of the Stations of the Cross devotional tools mentioned below. 1. Attend a guided Stations of the Cross with your parish on the Fridays of Lent. 2. Using the Stations of the Cross inside your parish, spend a few minutes prayerfully meditating on each station

Stations of the Cross Experienced in a New Way

…Bracelet might make the Stations all the more special to yourself or someone you love. The Stations Bracelet serves as an excellent reminder to the wearer of the Passion of Christ. Stations of the Cross Shrine Set The Stations of the Cross Shrine set is perfect for an outdoor garden or in the home.…

Unconventional Marian Garden Ideas

…align="aligncenter" width="480"] Who says a garden has to stay on the ground? This reader's Blessed Mother statue is framed with gorgeous hanging blooms.[/caption] We would love to see all of your Catholic gardens! Stations of the Cross paths, St. Francis birdbaths or roses for Our…

My Photo Journey Through the Easter Triduum

…(Morning Prayer) at 9am followed by the Stations of the Cross at noon. After the Stations we began the first day of the Divine Mercy novena which ends on Divine Mercy Sunday. At 3pm, the hour that Jesus died on the Cross, we had the Veneration of the Cross ceremony included as part of a Communion…

The First Christian Martyrs of the Church at Rome

…of beasts attached to them, or they were nailed to crosses or set aflame, and, when the daylight passed away, they were used as nighttime lamps."    Tacitus (c. 55 -117 CE) Some martyrs were burned as living torches in the Emporer's gardens, some crucified, others were fed to wild animals. These…

Everything You Need to Know about the Divine Mercy Devotion

…for the whole world - mercy triumphed over justice." "Try your best to make the Stations of the Cross in this hour, provided that your duties permit it; and if you are not able to make the Stations of the Cross, then at least step into the chapel for a moment and adore, in the Most Blessed…

Honoring the First Christian Martyrs of the Church at Rome

…Nero accused the Christians (who were already widely disliked) as the perpetrators. Some martyrs were burned as living torches in the Emperor's gardens; some were crucified; others were fed to wild animals. These martyrs died even before Sts. Peter and Paul, and therefore it is said of them that…

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