Stations cover


The book’s stunning combination of visual art, scripture, theological interpretation, and prayer reveals a God “who carries us in the heights and in the depths, in devastation and in health, in hope and in sorrow.”
       Joshua B. Grace
       Christian Century, April 8, 2020



Praying the Stations of the Cross


In this creative collaborative work, Parker the artist and Sonderegger the theologian offer deeply poignant reflections on Jesus’s Passion and provide very helpful tools for further exploration. Here the weary will indeed find refreshment, and those in need of spiritual nourishment will be amply satisfied.
       Michael Curry,
       Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
The authors “have produced both a history and a commentary, a meditation and a manual, a context and a guide to practice—and, most importantly, provide a connection between Old Testament prophecy, gospel accounts of the Passion, contemporary prayer and the concerns of our bruised modern world.”
       Piers Plowright
       The Tablet, March 7, 2020
The authors “draw us into the biblical narrative and its present-day implications, emphasizing how Christ’s mercy goes out and embraces all the sins and sorrows of the world.”
       Victoria Emily Jones
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