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Stations Of The Cross


The Stations of the Cross began as the practice of pious pilgrims to Jerusalem who would retrace the final journey of Jesus Christ to Calvary. 

Later, for the many who wanted to pass along the same route, but could not make the trip to Jerusalem, a practice developed that eventually took the form of the fourteen stations currently found in almost every church. 

Similarly, the 150 Hail Marys that were recited for the rosary were an adaptation of the medieval monastic practice of reciting the 150 psalms in the Psalter. 

—From Popular Devotional Practices

Audio Stations of the Cross

We Adore Your Cross
(c) 1998, Christopher Walker. Published by OCP, 5536 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Stations of the Cross for Vocations

Scriptural Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross for Life

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Ecumenical Stations of the Cross from the Catholic-United Methodist Dialogue



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