Living Stations of the Cross – Scripts

I’ve put out a request for scripts/outlines for the Living Stations of the Cross for Lent and so far have received 3 samples. Thanks! I’m only passing along 2 of them at the moment, as the third was not really a living stations. Remember, if you have a script or outline for the Living Stations of the Cross, please attach it (as a Word file or PDF) to an email and send it to me at joe@catechistsjourney.com.

A "cast" from Living Stations of the Cross
A "cast" from Living Stations of the Cross

Here are the 2 scripts I’ve already received (in PDF format)…

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ALSO, I’m thrilled that my Lenten FAQ video has been so well received! It already has nearly a coupla-hundred hits on YouTube and my blog had a record high for visits yesterday!  I’ve also received numerous emails telling me that folks plan on forwarding it to their catechists or are printing out the script to distribute or publish in a newsletter or bulletin.

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Joe Paprocki, DMin, is National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press. He has more than 30 years of experience in ministry and has taught at many different levels. He is the author of numerous books, including the bestseller The Catechist’s Toolbox and Under the Influence of Jesus.

9 Comments on Living Stations of the Cross – Scripts

  1. I just wish to thank you for the scripts on the stations of the cross. They’ll go a long way to move the hearts of people in my Parish (St. Joseph’s Anglophone parish Yaounde, Cameroon), especially the youths.God bless you.

  2. I was surfing the internet looking for suitable scripts for the Passion Play, that my parish priest has requested our team to put together for this year – 2011, GOOD FRIDAY services, and I stumbled upon your site. THANK YOU VERY MUCH …GOD BLESS +

  3. We adapted the script to Spanish for our parish. We were able to present the living stations of the cross last year and it truly was a moving experience, not only for those in attendance, but for those bringing to life His Passion. Even though it had been rehearsed time after time, to truly live each moment that evening for our parish community was a true blessing and great moment of reflection/prayer. I am so glad I found this when searching for a script! God bless!

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