This meditative journey invites you to accompany Jesus on his momentous walk to the Cross. Pause at each Station to reflect on your own journey through life.

Contemplative music by Patrick Lenk can be accessed by clicking here. Keep it playing in a separate window, as you scroll through the Stations.

The images are taken from St Peter de Beauvoir’s very own Stations of the Cross.

Station One

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Jesus is condemned to death

As Jesus appears before Pilate, remember an experience of being misunderstood, condemned…

 

Station Two

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Jesus takes up his cross

As Jesus receives his cross, recall a time of receiving in a cross in life…

 

Station Three

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Jesus falls the first time

As Jesus falls for the first time, remember an early experience of failure, of reaching limits…

 

Station Four

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Jesus meets his mother

As Mary encourages Jesus, remember someone who has been encouraging in God’s call to follow, remember how they looked at you…

 

Station Five

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Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross

As Simon helps Jesus carry his cross, consider who has been there to lift the cross from your shoulders, from your heart…

 

Station Six

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Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

As Veronica wipes the face of Jesus, remember the Veronica’s in your life – those who stood by and offered comfort, even at the risk of rejection…

 

Station Seven

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Jesus falls the second time

As Jesus falls a second time, recall experiences of helplessness, of falling, knowing it will happen again, and again…

 

Station Eight

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Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem

As the women reach out to comfort Jesus, remember the faces of those you reach out to comfort, even in your own pain…

 

Station Nine

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Jesus falls a third time

As Jesus falls for a third time, recall an experience of falling and not wanting to get up…

 

Station Ten

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Jesus’s clothes are taken away

As Jesus is stripped of his clothing, remember experiences of being vulnerable before others…

 

Station Eleven & Twelve

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Jesus is nailed to the cross

As Jesus is nailed to the cross, consider what it is that fastens you to Jesus on the cross…

Jesus dies on the cross

As Jesus is imaged dying on the cross, recall the circumstances, the interior call to love unconditionally, to be forgiving even when there seems to be no return…

 

Station Thirteen

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The body of Jesus is taken down from the cross

As Mary is seen holding the dead body of her son, hold in loving memory those who received your pain and grieved with you…

 

Station Fourteen

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Jesus is laid in the tomb

As Jesus’ body is laid in the tomb, consider what in life holds you entombed, where you most experience death…

Now become aware of the empty tomb of Easter morning, aware not only of the pain of life brings but also of new life, emerging and growing inside you and around you…

 

 

 

 

 

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