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Extent: Booklet

Pages: 48

Size: 105mm by 148mm

Publisher: Catholic Truth Society

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Stations of the Cross: The Way of Divine Mercy

by St Alphonsus Liguori ¦ Fr Jim McManus CssR

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These classic reflections on Christ’s passion by St Alphonsus retain their timeless relevance – especially for the Year of Mercy. They are enriched by a brief biography of Alphonsus, a selection of prayers penned by him, and a word on the history and value of the Way of the Cross as a ‘way of divine mercy’. This new edition contains new colour illustrations to assist prayerful devotion.

Jim McManus C.Ss.R. preaches parish missions throughout Britain, He is the author of ten books on the healing ministry and spirituality.|Classic devotions enriched by additional prayers, a brief biography and a reflection on the Way of the Cross as a Way of Divine Mercy.

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