PRAYERCAzT 22: Stations of the Cross – St. Alphonsus Liguori (with chant)

I have a little present for you kind readers… and listeners

This seemed appropriate today, for the Friday before Palm Sunday when the Seven Sorrows of Mary are commemorated at Holy Mass with the traditional Roman calendar.

Here are the Stations of the Cross by St. Alphonsus Liguori as a PRAYERCAzT.

I have two versions.

One version is plain, just my voice.  The other is the same voice recording, but with the Gregorian chant Sequence Stabat Mater interlaced between the stations.

I may add a version entirely in Latin.

 

 http://www.wdtprs.com/prayercazt/080314_stations_liguori_chant.mp3
http://www.wdtprs.com/prayercazt/080314_stations_liguori.mp3

I appreciate the support you have given to me and to WDTPRS. 

This is a token of my esteem. 

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6 Responses to PRAYERCAzT 22: Stations of the Cross – St. Alphonsus Liguori (with chant)

  1. Bede says:

    Thank you, Father! What a wonderful gift.

  2. Maria S. says:

    Thank you so much for providing these for all your readers. Earlier this evening, I went to my parish church for the Stations of the Cross. While I’ve been a life-long Catholic, there are things about my faith that I’ve only discovered in the last year or so and it’s been an tremendous year. Tonight, was enriching and very spiritually rewarding. Your podcast with the chant is lovely.

  3. Irulats says:

    Thank you so much, Father and God Bless you. This is an answer to my prayers.

  4. Thank you thank you thank you!
    God bless you, Father.

  5. Timothy says:

    Thank you for the wonderful Easter gift. A Latin version would also be marvellous.

  6. I got this nice comment by e-mail:

    Thank you for the recording of the Stations of the Cross. I am giving a copy to a blind lady at my parish who was just recently lamenting to me that there are few devotionals available in audio form.

    Knowing this helps make it worth the effort.