How to Pray the Stations of the Cross
Each of the 14 stations will open with a prayer, provide a passage of scripture and a short prompt for reflection, 15 seconds of silent time for meditation, and a closing prayer. As you pray, consider the ultimate sacrifice Christ made as you journey with him through his suffering and crucifixion.
You may also scroll through the images associated with each station below as you meditate on the details of each event.
This Stations of the Cross guide was created by Kendra Tierney. Click here to visit her website for a full PDF printable booklet of the devotion.
About the Authors
Kendra Tierney is a mother of ten with a passion for liturgical living at home. She is the author of The Catholic All Year Compendium, A Little Book About Confession for Children, and the forthcoming Catholic All Year Prayer Companion. Find more resources for living liturgically all year (including calendars, prayer guides, subscription boxes, and more) on her blog.
The Stabat Mater is sung by Grace Brown, author of a Catholic lifestyle blog, and her husband.
The African American spiritual "Were You There When They Crucified the Lord?" is sung by Alexa Kincaid.