A beautiful new booklet for the Stations of the Cross that shows the relevance of this beautiful devotion to modern life.
Mother's and My Way of the Cross takes a raw look at the experience of caregiving, through the split lens of one woman's journey of caring for her mother and Jesus' journey through the Stations of the Cross.
This book is meant to be a companion for the Easter Journey and beyond. It contains short stories, poems, reflections, prayers and journal options.
Available September, 2011
Experience the time after Jesus’ death through the eyes of the women who walked with Him: Mary, his mother, Mary Magdalene, Susanna, and Joanna, among others. Who were these women? What were they thinking, doing, and feeling in the months after the Crucifixion?
Discussion Guide Now Available
For the first time ever, two beloved audio recordings have been combined onto a 2-CD set: Seven Last Words: Lenten Reflections for Today's Believers and The Stations of the Cross.
Although synonymous with Advent, Handel's Messiah is also often heard at Eastertide, and selections containing resurrection themes are often included in Easter services.
Reflecting the work of nearly 100 scholars and extensively reviewed and approved by the USCCB, the NABRE takes into account the best current scholarship as well as the new discovery of ancient manuscripts that improve our knowledge and understanding of the Biblical text.