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"I can personally testify that this is one of the most beautifully produced books I have ever owned! The book is well-bound and easy to hold, the pictures are exquisite, the text is easy to read, and the various methods are inspiring! I encourage you to buy a copy for Lent. It will be a family favorite. You won't be disappointed!"
The thirteen methods of the Way of the Cross found in these pages will enable the follower of Christ to weep
and atone for his sins, understand Our Lady's sorrow, pray with the Church, contemplate Our Lord as Eucharistic
Victim, accept the Will of God, prepare for judgment, and love his neighbor. Combining stirring meditations
and four-color illustrations, this all-new Treasury of Stations contains everything necessary to enhance
one's contemplation on the Passion of Christ. Featuring gorgeous pictures and inspiring readings for every
walk of life, this quintessential book of Stations is sure to become your family's final stop for Lenten
meditations on the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Contains musical notation for the most popular Lenten hymns, including the Stabat Mater, At the Cross Her Station Keeping, Attende Domine, Parce Domine, O Sacred Head Surrounded, and Adoramus Te, Christe.
St. Alphonsus Liguori
St. Francis of Assisi
St. Leonard of Port Maurice
Sacred Scripture and the Liturgy
The Eucharistic Way
In Preparation for the Last Judgment
The Marian Way
With Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ
Patience and Resignation
Reparation for Sin
Repentance and Confession
There is no devotion more richly endowed with indulgences than the Way of the Cross, and none which enables us more literally to obey Christ's injunction to take up our cross and follow Him. - The Catholic Encyclopedia
360 pp. 5" x 6.5". Sewn, foil-embossed dark violet Lexotone cover. Cream paper.
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Bishop Sheen's masterpiece. "Christendom is over, but not Christ." Some say this is the best of Sheen's 84 books, his poem of the God-Man. (Don't blame him for the book's...
What do we care if this book originally appeared in 1863? People are still people; priests are still priests. The principles concerning both are timeless. Here's a book praised by...