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Old Feb 9, '06, 7:30 am
QDude QDude is offline
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Default audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

I was searching for audio versions of the Stations (preferably free) to do in my car during Lent and couldn't find any.

I am going to resort to just recording myself doing them and burn a cd but I don't want to listen to my own voice :>

Has anyone stumbled on something like this?
I am also looking for free audio scripural Rosaries as well.
The only one i found so far is here: http://www.archive.org/details/Scrip...yful_Mysteries

I am surpised the Mary Foundation (http://www.catholicity.com/maryfoundation/) doesn't have more devotional stuff since it is pretty easy to make and they already have the distribution side down pat. I will send them the suggestion.

Thanks in advance,
Ed
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Old Feb 9, '06, 9:08 am
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Default Re: audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

I came across a CD version on a retreat a couple of years ago that I find very inspirational.

It's a "duet" of sorts with a priest leading the stations and providing meditations on each station with Aaron Neville (the singer who sang part of the national anthem at the super bowl) providing a musical transition between stations.

Can't recall the name right now . . . I'll check when I get home.

Dave.
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Old Feb 9, '06, 10:37 am
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Default Re: audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

It's called "Stations Of The Cross: Doing It Their Own Way" by Fr. Jeffery Bayhi and Aaron Neville. It gave me goose bumps the first time I heard it

http://www.closerwalkministries.com/...ofthecross.htm

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Old Feb 13, '06, 6:41 am
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Default Re: audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

Thanks for the info. I will check it out.

Ed
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Old Feb 13, '06, 5:17 pm
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Default Re: audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

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Originally Posted by QDude
I was searching for audio versions of the Stations (preferably free) to do in my car during Lent and couldn't find any.

I am going to resort to just recording myself doing them and burn a cd but I don't want to listen to my own voice :>

Has anyone stumbled on something like this?
I am also looking for free audio scripural Rosaries as well.
The only one i found so far is here: http://www.archive.org/details/Scrip...yful_Mysteries

I am surpised the Mary Foundation (http://www.catholicity.com/maryfoundation/) doesn't have more devotional stuff since it is pretty easy to make and they already have the distribution side down pat. I will send them the suggestion.

Thanks in advance,
Ed
every morning at 0600 (Texas time) EWTN has a wonderful version of the Stations. I downloaded it on my computer to my mp3 player.
God bless,
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Old Feb 14, '06, 4:09 am
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Default Re: audio Stations of the Cross / Way of the Cross

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every morning at 0600 (Texas time) EWTN has a wonderful version of the Stations. I downloaded it on my computer to my mp3 player.
God bless,
maggiec
I'm sorry, I gave you the wrong time. I leave for work at 0430, THAT is what time it starts. I was thinking about what time I arrive at work when I put down 0600.
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