Stations of the Cross Then & Now (3 discs) by Fr Denis McBride & broadcaster Julie Etchingham contains the full text of the book & is accompanied by an illustrated booklet.
Due to unprecedented demand the fourteen Stations of the Cross have now been adapted for public use. In this DVD of the book, presented by Denis McBride, the voice and visuals open up new ways of thinking about Jesus’ journey. You’ve never experienced the Stations of the Cross like this before; some of the images chosen may shock you but they will demonstrate how the passion story in all its savagery continues in our own time. The Gospel best comes alive when the story of Jesus resonates deeply within our heart and our personal experience. Let The Stations of the Cross - then and now shine new light on your own journey and share the experience with your parish. Lasting about an hour, the DVD is ideal for use in parishes, schools and groups.
The way of the cross is not confined to a lonely road in Jerusalem two thousand years ago:it is a busy highway winding through every village, town and city in our modern world. Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R. reflectively guides us along the way of the cross. He contrasts the beauty and solemn simplicity of the more traditional Stations by artist Curd Lessig with modern images that challenge us to link Jesus’ story to the struggle of our everyday life. Through its rich array of scripture passages, paintings, poetry, prayers, photographs and reflections, The Stations of the Cross – then and now becomes a companion not only on our Lenten journey but throughout the year: suffering is not limited to one liturgical season. Whether we walk in solitude or with others, this book translates the passion of Jesus into our own life and times.
Running time:58 min
Music for Lent, Holy week & Easter (2 discs) by M. Rizza & K. Duke. Thirty-five pieces chosen to enhance your prayers at this time of the year.
The Cambridge Singers & The City of London Sinfonia.
The Bach Choir, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & guest artists, conducted by John Rutter. Also features a new Christmas Carol by John Rutter
Over 50 favourites on 3 CD. Performed by prestigious Cathedral choirs & soloists.
Joyous & uplifting music by four great Baroque composers, Bach, Handel, Alessandro Scarlatti & Schutz.
The first all new Christmas recording from John Rutter & the Cambridge singers for 20 years, featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & the Farnham youth choir.