The Stations of the Cross
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Praying the Stations of the Cross—alone or with a group—is a Lenten tradition. Read and pray these stations very slowly. Imagine the scene in Jerusalem as Jesus walked his Way of the Cross. Often, the Stations of the Cross is an action prayer. Catholics walk to the fourteen stations of the Way of the Cross and stop to pray at each one. The stations can be displayed outside in a park but are usually found inside churches.
Download the pdf of the Stations of the Cross for Children to help you pray during Lent. Adapted for children by Catherine Odell
View an online presentation of the Stations of the Cross for Children
Text © Catherine Odell and Margaret Savitskas. All rights reserved. Fourteen Mosaic Stations of the Cross © Our Lady of the Angels Monastery, Inc., Hanceville, Alabama. All rights reserved.
The Story of the Cross: The Stations of the Cross for Children
Understanding the Stations of the Cross is central to the Catholic faith. This book gently tells the story of the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection.
Our Father: The Prayer Jesus Taught
Each phrase of the prayer is beautifully illustrated, reflected upon, and paired with an appropriate Bible verse.