Sensitive illustrations and child-friendly language introduce the Stations of the Cross as a means for children to deepen their love for Jesus and all God's people.
To see a sample of the inside of the book, click on the image shown and then click on one of the numbers on top of the image to see a different view. I Pray the Stations of the Cross offers brief prayers that relate Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection to the needs and sufferings of others. While reminding children of Jesus' overwhelming love for us, it gently encourages them to open their hearts and broaden their intentions as they pray.
To see a sample of the inside of the book, click on the image shown and then click on one of the numbers on top of the image to see a different view.
|By:||Deacon John (Portsmouth RI, February 23, 2016)|
|Review:||This little book is bright and the illustrations are colorful and descriptive. The readings are nicely traditional and just the right length and simplicity for the younger kids to be able to share some of the readings at each station. I am very happy with them.|
|By:||Deacon John (Portsmouth RI, February 17, 2016)|
|Review:||Excellent booklet for children, especially the younger ones, to learn how to pray Stations of the Cross. We are using this with the kids and their families just before we have the Traditional Stations each Friday eve. during Lent. Simple, quick to learn and easy for the kids to read.|