Reflections from the book are not included on the CD-ROM.
Deepen your experience of this solemn season and prepare to participate more fully in the time-honored devotion of the Stations of the Cross through images that inspire prayer and reflection. Presented here in CD-ROM format for projection and personal meditation are all of the powerful full-color illustrations by award-winning artist Martin Erspamer, OSB, that appear in the book Stations of the Cross, by Timothy Radcliffe, OP. These unique, expressive images depict the Stations of the Cross in a style that is both contemporary and evocative of the long history of monastic illustrative art. Reflections from the book are not included on the CD-ROM.
- First Station: Jesus Is Condemned to Death
- Second Station: Jesus Receives the Cross
- Third Station: Jesus Falls for the First Time
- Fourth Station: Jesus Is Met by His Blessed Mother
- Fifth Station: Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus to Carry His Cross
- Sixth Station: Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus
- Seventh Station: Jesus Falls for the Second Time
- Eighth Station: The Women of Jerusalem
- Ninth Station: Jesus Falls for the Third Time
- Tenth Station: Jesus Is Stripped of His Garments
- Eleventh Station: Jesus Is Nailed to the Cross
- Twelfth Station: Jesus Dies on the Cross
- Thirteenth Station: Jesus Is Taken Down from the Cross
- Fourteenth Station: Jesus Is Placed in the Tomb
CD includes high resolution PDF images (for projection only), TIF images (300 dpi, 3" and 6" CMYK color format for printing), and JPG images (72 dpi, 3" and 6" RGB color format for web use). Adobe™ Reader™ 6 or higher is needed for viewing the artwork.
The designs on this CD-ROM may be reproduced without charge for bulletins, programs, and announcements prepared by noncommercial organizations such as parishes and schools. They may also be reproduced for personal use. The designs may not be reproduced for commercial use.
Martin Erspamer, OSB, is a monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in southern Indiana. He is a well-known liturgical artist and liturgical consultant. Erspamer works in a wide range of media, including pottery, stained glass, and wood, and is nationally known for his illustration of sacred themes.