Stations of the Cross with Julian of Norwich
During Lent many people find the Stations of the Cross a particularly powerful devotion. If you can't get to church to join the public Stations or make your way round them on your own, here's an excellent way to make the Way of the Cross at home: a 15-minute YouTube presentation of the Stations of the Cross with Julian of Norwich.
Narrated by Sheila Upjohn with passages from her own translation of the Revelations of Divine Love, the images of the Stations are those painted in 1993 by Irene Ogden for St Julian's, Norwich, where the great English mystic Julian of Norwich lived and prayed. Between each Station are musical excerpts from "When I survey the wondrous Cross" played by Mother Hilary of the Order of Julian of Norwich.
This is an excellent and simple way to pray the Stations with Julian in this 650th anniversary year of her visions of the Passion of Christ.
Poster copies of the St Julian's Stations, and a booklet with the passages from the Revelations of Divine Love, are available from the Julian Shrine, and also from the Friends of Julian ebay shop here