The Way of the Cross Booklet, Spanish or English

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Saint Alphonsus Liguori's The Way of the Cross is a beautiful and reverent devotion to the Sacred Passion of our Lord, following Jesus along the Fourteen Stations of the Cross from His condemnation to death by Pontius Pilate, to His being laid in the tomb. In full color with a flexible cover, The Way of the Cross is a devout meditation that allows readers to be prayerfully present to Jesus's Passion and sacrifice. 64 Pages ~ 3 7/8" X 6 1/4"  

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  • 5
    Just Right

    Posted by E.A. Davis on 3rd Mar 2021

    Traditional, beautiful, practical, best price I could find. I appreciated getting a bulk discount.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2021

    Great little pamphlet and came very fast. Highly recommend

  • 5
    Wonderful to have this great pamphlet.

    Posted by bob on 13th Mar 2020

    The quickness and ease to receive this book from my grade school days.

  • 5
    Way of the. Ross booklet

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Mar 2020


  • 5
    Just Like in Grade School

    Posted by Jandy on 3rd Mar 2019

    I went to Catholic School in the 1960s/early 70s and happen to have an old copy to compare. This book is an improvement from the school-issue booklet in paper quality as the newer edition is printed on thicker grade paper, probably acid-free, gloss finish, and the pictures are brighter and more colorful. Everything is exact, same prayers, same layout from page to page, even the exact photo plates of the depictions of Christ's Passion. Again, the only differences are in the fonts, the colors, in fact some printing is colored as in red ink, blue ink, and black ink. I read a complaint about the asterisks interspersed in the prayers as being distracting and I want to point out my knowledge of this purpose is so the congregation would chant and then pause at every asterisk. They act like rests in music. These booklets are meant for congregational participation. Without asterisks, there would be people rushing in runoff sentences while leaving half the congregation in the dust. Especially school kids, can you imagine the diversity in reading levels ? I recall very well-orchestrated Stations services with grades 1-thru-8 plus adult parishioners reciting in unison, all thanks to those asterisks. So, yes, well worth the money and very reasonable shipping.

  • 4
    Needed for persons with visual impairment.

    Posted by Mary on 3rd Mar 2018

    Large print materials are needed to enable persons with low vision to pray with us for our Church and our World. We all miss out if they are left out. Any pictorial content such as the cover, needs to be simple in design and high contrast such as the cover on the new Scriptural Way of the Cross.

  • 4
    Nice Pictures

    Posted by William Nichter, OFS on 21st Jun 2016

    This is the Way of the Cross after the method of St. Alphonsus Liguori. I'm not real fond of his meditations as some lines get a bit repetitive. I prefer the method of St. Francis of Assisi. I wish there were a book with just the pictures alone. The rest I can remember from memory.

  • 5
    way of the cross booklet

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Apr 2016

    This book is great, I had one that was similar years ago and could not find one. Found this on your website and am very glad I did.