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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 32

Size: 11.5 x 0.4 x 17.1 cm

Publisher: Veritas

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The Way of the Cross

by Frances Biggs & Donal Neary

$5.63

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Many artists over the centuries have interpreted in their varied ways the events the last journey of Jesus, which the Stations of the Cross bring to our mind. In this little book Frances Biggs does this through her own imaginative reliving of the Passion. In his text Fr Neary reflects on Frances art, on the Stations, and the way in which Jesus still lives His passion and death today. Seeing the place in this way was at the heart of St Ignatiuss own spiritual exercises. Intended, of course, for private prayer, this book may also be of some assistance to groups making the Stations on Good Friday.

- Peter Costello, The Irish Catholic, 26 March 2009

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