“Praying the Stations of the Cross with St. Josemaria Escriva”

We have a new publication to share with you, and just in time for the Lenten season!

Praying the Stations of the Cross with St. Josemaria Escriva is an invitation and guide to praying and contemplating the traditional fourteen stations following the way of Jesus Christ’s passion and death. Like the original, this adaptation of St. Josemaria’s beloved devotion, The Way of Cross, seeks to help people to pray and, with God’s grace, to grow in a spirit of reparation and of gratitude to Our Lord, who has rescued us at the cost of his blood. St. Josemaria’s scriptural commentaries, fruit of his personal prayer, help us to enter into and become one more in each scene, so that as we strive to accompany Jesus more intimately and lovingly, we come to understand the redemptive meaning of his suffering and our own.

Praying the Stations of the Cross with St. Josemaria Escriva is available in print and as an eBook in our online shop.


We are also pleased to share an audio recording of Praying the Stations of the Cross with St. Josemaria Escriva, recorded by Fr. Ryan Adorjan at the Cathedral of Saint Raymond in Joliet, Illinois (USA) with an introduction recorded by Fr. Donncha Ó hAodha, Vicar of Opus Dei in Ireland.

00:00  Introduction
06:27  Opening Prayer
07:24  Station One
10:20  Station Two
13:09  Station Three
15:55  Station Four

18:26  Station Five
21:21  Station Six
24:20  Station Seven
27:13  Station Eight
29:45  Station Nine

32:35  Station Ten
35:24  Station Eleven
38:06  Station Twelve
41:52  Station Thirteen
44:40  Station Fourteen

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The St. Josemaria Institute was founded in 2006 to promote the life, teachings, and devotion to St. Josemaria Escriva among all men and women who desire to find meaning and happiness in their daily lives by growing closer to God. The St. Josemaria Institute produces and distributes digital and print media as a means to spread Christian values around the world and to help people navigate and live well in the digital age.

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