A Catholic app for John Paul II's Bible-based interpretation of the Stations of the Cross. Now available in English and Spanish!
Prayerfully walk in solidarity with Jesus on his agonizing Way of the Cross – from his last torturous moments in the Garden of Gethsemane to his death and burial. The Stations of the Cross iPhone app is the perfect pocket devotional, particularly during the Lenten season.
In 1991, Pope John Paul II introduced a new Bible-based interpretation of the Stations of the Cross. Pope Benedict XVI has continued it. Building on a growing worldwide interest in this interpretation, best-selling authors Amy Welborn and Michael Dubruiel wrote the parish resource, John Paul II’s Biblical Way of the Cross, which is now presented, exclusively by Ave Maria Press, as the StationsOfTheCross iPhone app.
Art by Michael D. O'Brien
BIBLICAL WAY OF THE CROSS
Jesus prays in the garden.
Jesus is betrayed and arrested.
Jesus is condemned by the Sanhedrin.
Peter denies knowing Jesus.
Jesus is condemned by Pilate.
Jesus is scourged and crowned with thorns.
Jesus takes up his cross.
Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus.
Jesus meets the weeping women.
Jesus is crucified.
Jesus promises paradise to the crucified thief.
Jesus cares for his mother.
Jesus is buried.