Find Stations of the Cross books online. Get the best Stations of the Cross books at our marketplace. The Stations of the Cross are usually observed during Lent, especially on Lenten Fridays and most importantly on Good Friday. It is one of the. This brand new book would be a perfect companion for children, especially little ones, during Holy Week. Each Station shares a full page illustration, and a very.
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CTS Reps. You are here: Alphonsus Liguori, St Format: A good way to pray the Stations of the Cross is to imagine that you are walking with Jesus as he carries his cross. This colorful booklet helps young children to accompany Jesus on the way of the cross, speak directly to Jesus and pray for people in the world. Includes colorful illustrations for each station.
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What a meeting must have that been! What must have been the compassion of that Son for his holy mother!
O Jesus, by the compassion which You did feel for You Mother, have compassion on us, and give us a share in her intercession. O Mary, most afflicted mother, intercede for us that, through the sufferings of your Son, we may be delivered from eternal death. Station 5 — Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross. As the strength of Jesus fails, and he is unable to proceed, the executioners seize and compel Simon of Cyrene to carry His cross.
O Lord Jesus, may it be our privilege to bear our cross. May we glory in nothing else; by the cross, may the world be crucified unto us, and we unto the world.
Station 6 — Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. As Jesus proceeds along the way covered with the sweat of blood, a woman, moved with compassion, makes her way through the crowd, and wipes his face with a handkerchief.
As a reward for her piety, the impression of His sacred countenance is miraculously imprinted upon the handkerchief. O Jesus, may the contemplation of your sufferings move us with deep compassion. Make us hate our sins and kindle in our hearts, more fervent love for You. May your image be graven on our minds until we are transformed into Your likeness.
Station 7 — Jesus falls beneath His cross, the second time.
The pain of his wounds; and the loss of blood increasing at every step of his way, weakens him; and Jesus falls to the ground for the second time. O Jesus, who did fall a second time beneath the load of our sins and of your suffering for our sins, how often have we grieved you by our repeated falls into sin!
Oh, may we rather die than ever offend You! Station 8 — Jesus consoles the women of Jerusalem. O Jesus, we mourn and will always mourn for you and for ourselves, for your sufferings and for our sins which caused them.
Oh, teach us to mourn, so that we may repent and be saved from the dreadful end to those who reject or neglect you, their God and their all.
Station 9 — Jesus falls beneath His cross the third time. Jesus has almost arrived at the summit of Calvary, but before he reaches the spot where he is to be crucified, his strength again fails Him, and he falls the third time.
O Jesus, we entreat you by the merit of this your third and most painful fall, to pardon our frequent relapses and our long continuance in sin. May the thought of Your sufferings make us hate our sins more and more. Station 10 — Jesus is stripped of His garments. Jesus at last arrives at Golgotha and they prepare to crucify Him.
They strip Him of His garments and mock Him. O Jesus, strip us of all false esteem, conceit and pride and make us humble like you in this life, so that we share your glory with you in the life to come. Station 11 — Jesus is nailed to the cross. The cross is laid upon the ground and Jesus is stretched upon His bed of death.
With divine dignity and forgiveness, he lets himself be nailed to the cross. The blows are struck! The blood gushes forth! O Jesus, nailed to the cross, fasten our hearts to the cross, so that we may be united with you until we yield up our souls to you. Station 12 — Jesus dies on the cross. For three hours, Jesus has hung upon His pierced hands. His blood has run in streams down his body, and onto the ground.
His mission of love has been accomplished.