This site is a meditation using the Way of the Cross. Each “station” is linked to a web site that invites you to a response in faith to the suffering Christ in our global village. Some sites provide a directed meditation, others take you to a page of links for your reflection.
This series is based on the Stations of the Cross released by the Congregation of Rites in 1975. You might also like to visit the Online images of this series of the Stations by Peter Schipperheyn, created for Notre Dame University Fremantle. W.A.
This site has its origins in a Spirituality Project of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission in Brisbane for 2000, the Year of Great Jubilee The 2011 version has been updated and includes a a musical reflection for each station.
How to Pray Online
Set aside a regular time for this prayer, perhaps when you ‘boot up” each day or as a way of closing your day’s work.Take your time to let the image music or text find a home in your heart.
The images music and text on your screen are provided as a visual aid to your prayer. As you move through the sites offered you will need to use the “back” button on your browser to return to this page.
It is recommended that you spread the” Stations” over several days or the whole season of Lent.The box indicating the number of each station is linked to the Scripture reference. The title of each station takes you to a reflection web site.
Spend some time in silent “companionship” with each station. There is a link below that provides a form for you to share your reflections on this experience. As these comments may be published on this site I suggest you only use a first name or initials for the sake of identity. No email addresses of contributors will be published.