Before you go, enter more deeply into Lent this year.

Would you like to let Dr. Edward Sri show you how to pray through the Stations of the Cross with our book Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross?

Image of the Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross open to the third station

Through this little book and the power of God, Catholics are experiencing:

  • Connection to Jesus and his Passion
  • Understanding of Christ's sufferings
  • Freedom in God's love on the Cross

Wow. Recommend!

Karen |   ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 5.0 Stars

The reflections and prayers are inspired and express the magnitude of God's love and sacrifice for our salvation on a very personal level.

I will read this many, many times. It is now amongst my top 3 favorite books. So glad I bought it.

The Lord is waiting to encounter you in the Stations of the Cross and remind you of his deep love for you through the Passion.


Jerrie |   ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 5.0 Stars

“What a beautiful book this is! The size is just right, the illustrations are lovely, and the introduction is insightful.

But, above all that, the Stations with meditations and prayers of both the Traditional and the Scriptural are so meaningful and personal.

I got this for Lent, but this clearly is a devotion that needs to be used all year.

This pocket guide is filled with:

  • Gorgeous, classic artwork for every station to help you meditate on the passion of Christ
  • New reflections on the scriptural Stations of the Cross
  • New reflections on the traditional Stations of the Cross
  • The origins of the Stations of the Cross
  • Why the Stations of the Cross are not just for Lent

Beautiful and Inspiring

Carol |   ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 5.0 Stars

“One of the best books I've ever read! Absolutely beautiful. Thought provoking and full of very heartfelt explanations. Easy to understand and will certainly deepen your faith. I will read this book over and over again.”

This pocket guide is certain to transform your experience of the Stations of the Cross.


Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross on a wooden table with a plant and a rosary