Stations Of The Cross Audio Download

TheMeditating on our Lord's passion is a practice not limited to a particular season. Since Jesus was made perfect through what he suffered (Heb. 2:13, Heb. 5:8) we learn by this example, how to become 'other Christs' and true Christians through suffering, the greatest gift on earth we could have. As we share in Christ's passion, so will we also share in his resurrection/glory (Phil 3:10).
  • Station 3: Jesus falls the first time under the Cross V. We adore Thee, O Lord Jesus Christ, and bless Thee. Because by Thy holy Cross Thou hast redeemed the world. The Mystery This third Station represents how our Lord Jesus Christ, overwhelmed by the weight of the Cross, fainting through loss of blood, falls to the ground the first time.
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Welcome to the Stations of the Cross audio tour at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM), developed by Victoria Emily Jones at ArtandTheology.org. Originating in the thirteenth century, the Stations of the Cross is a Christian devotional practice whereby participants immerse themselves in the story of Jesus Christ’s final sufferings by metaphorically journeying with him.

Listener comments:

'Hey Donna! The CD is absolutely AWESOME! It's all I listen to and it brings me to tears many times. You have captured what Our Jesus did for us. Thank you so much and thanks to Our Heavenly Papa for giving you this talent of song. God Bless you!'M. Carlow

Stations Of The Cross Audio Download

'This CD is so awesome and truly inspired by the Holy Spirit. Donna has been so blessed and I am so blessed to hear and pray her CDs!'E. Zegarelli, NY
'Your Stations of the Cross is one of the most beautiful meditations on the stations I have ever heard. I listened to it yesterday in my car, and was so filled with sorrow and joy at the same time, I cried through most of it. Very beautiful. I will use this as a meditation on the Passion of Jesus. Thank you for sharing your talent in such a blessed way.' Margaret Hollenzer