Stations of the Cross Resources

February 23, 2010

Stations of the Cross

CFVol1-1768406ThI spent some time looking up some good resources on the Stations of the Cross - some are online resources, some are downloadable, some are especially for children, others are for general audiences. I hope these are helpful as you plan on praying the Stations of the Cross with your group during Lent.

The Stations of the Cross with Mary – Then and Now (Creighton University) - 4 page handout

The Stations of the Cross (Creighton University) – 4 page handout

Stations of the Cross for Children (Lucille Perrotta Castro)

Stations of the Cross (USCCB) -  based on those celebrated by Pope John Paul II on Good Friday, 1991

Stations of the Cross (also in Spanish) - pictures drawn by students of St. Patrick Catholic School in Onalaska, WI

Stations of the Cross PDF (preachingpeace.org) – includes Stabat Mater

Traditional Melody of Stabat Mater - Midi sequence

Stations of the Cross Printable Coloring Book (CatholicMom.com) - pdf

Stations of the Cross for Kids (Ainglkiss.com) – downloadable e-book

Stations with coloring pages (domestic-church.com)

Stations of the Cross for Children (Loyola Press) – downloadable pdf for children or online version

If you know of some good resources for the Stations of the Cross, please share them!

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3 Responses to “Stations of the Cross Resources”

  1. Denise Says:

    I’ve been collecting Stations of the Cross resources for a few years now. My list is available at: http://delicious.com/Denise205/stations. There are just so many good things out there for Lent online! Still, the version I keep coming back to using with my own class of 7th graders is the blackline master set of Stations of the Cross from Christ Our Life.

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  2. Christian Says:

    Stabat Mater is a great work for kids to get exposed to. Any number of composers have been putting it to music for centuries, and it’s an easy introduction to Latin as well.

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