Printable Stations Of The Cross Booklet +❤+ St. Alphonsus LiguoriWhen we find ourselves traveling on Good Friday to be with family on Easter I always print a Stations of the Cross booklet to take with us so we can pray them on the drive. Here are some printable resources for the Stations of the Cross that are all free! Here is a free printable stations booklet from Catholic Playground. Here is a free printable Stations of the Cross for Kids booklet from Real Life at Home that is simple and perfect for younger children. There are other options that are in the same post that are good for older children as well. Perfect for little ones!
Stations of the Cross for Children
Printable Stations Of The Cross Booklet
One of the most common suggestions and requests we receive is for coloring pages that are more suited to little hands. To print the sheets, you will need to set your printer settings to double-sided and follow the instructions. The sheets will print out with 4 stations per side. This is a great way to introduce your children to the Stations! Let your young ones lead Stations this Lent, using their booklets and adding an Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be to each Station, or any other prayers you choose to say. To see the new Stations of the Cross triptychs click here!
It is one of the most popular devotions for Roman Catholics. The devotion consists of meditating on 14 events which form the 14 stations of the cross. The purpose of this devotion is to focus on the Passion of Jesus Christ. O Jesus, our adorable Saviour, we now contemplate Your sacred passion. Help us to understand that the sufferings of our life are the continuation of Your passion. We ask for strength of our souls to go through our passion, in the spirit with which You went through Yours. Station 1 — Jesus is condemned to death.