Stations of the Cross meets iPhone
The Stations of the Cross devotions are well known among Roman Catholics as well as people who ascribe to other faith traditions.
Now the ancient stations have been combined with the technology of today.
Ava Maria Press is debuting its new Stations of the Cross application for iPhone and iPod touch today through Sunday at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress.
The prayer companion is free for download and is based on the book “John Paul II’s Biblical Way of the Cross” by Amy Welborn and Michael Dubruiel.
“With gorgeous station paintings by artist Michael O’Brien, this app transports users anytime, anywhere to a prayerful journey of solidarity with Christ from the Garden of Gethsemane, to his betrayal and arrest, and on his agonizing way to the cross,” representatives of Ava Maria Press said in a news release.
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