The Spiritual Journey Of The Stations Of The Crossby D.L. Grant, Arlene Rb Sullivan (Illustrator)
Artwork provides a beautiful window to the soul. The Spiritual Journey of the Stations of the Cross allows the reader to become the artist as we take a spiritual journey to Jerusalem. Through the healing power of coloring, we walk with Jesus as we meditate on the fourteen Stations of the Cross. This workbook appeals to all people, young children, teens and adults. It is a wonderful addition to the classroom, days of reflection, and catechetical instruction.
T.O.P., Chairperson of the Theology Department at Benedictine Academy, Elizabeth, New Jersey
What a wonderful work from illustrator, Arlene Sullivan and writer, D.L. Grant. This interactive,
creative, and most importantly, prayerful way for students to experience the steps leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus offers religious educators and religious group leaders a unique way to involve students in The Stations of the Cross.
John Ward, Religious Educator/Author of Things to Remember on Your Deathbed, One Good Reason
Arlene's beautiful artistry transcends the reader from suffering to new life. The designs reveal the theological truths of the Paschal Mystery in simple, yet engaging drawings. Great for all ages!
Donna Jo Repetti, OSF
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This book written for lay people is great for family, Catholic School, CCD classes and individuals looking to strengthen their faith by learning about the last journey of Christ known as The Way. Most of us will never get to the Holy Land to walk those steps but this book can take us there in the most amazing way. The meditations and the illustrations on each of the stations brings the reader in the real last steps of Jesus as he fulfills the promise of everlasting life for all believers. This book contains both the traditional and scriptural versions of the Stations along with a final 15th stations now being used by many Christian Churchs. It can even be used as an interactive book in which the reader can add their own meditation for future reference as well.