A Download You Can Believe In

You can get your children excited about the Stations of the Cross.
by Jim Fair | Source: Catholic.net

You see warnings on the news almost daily about people downloading dangerous things from internet websites.  After all, there is a lot of dirty, dangerous stuff out there.

But there is something new for the Lenten Season that is just the opposite:  Catholic and kid-friendly.  How about a free – yes, I said free – Stations of the Cross booklet?

Brother Peter Huynh, LC, and some of his fellow seminarians in Thornwood, New York, were inspired by artwork from some third graders who drew the Stations of the Cross.  The seminarians wrote reflections for the stations – especially for children – and combined them with the artwork to produce the booklet.

You can find the booklet on the Regnum Christi website:  15 Seminarians and 15 Kids Produce a Work of Art and Faith - Regnum Christi .  You can print the booklet in full pages or double-sided to make your own booklet.  (I even figured out how to do it, which means anyone else can.)

If you are looking for something to make the Stations appealing to the younger set, this might be just the ticket.  Pass it on…

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