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El Via Crucis: Con El Papa Juan Pablo II

El Via Crucis: Con El Papa Juan Pablo II

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El Viernes Santo de 1991 en el Coliseo de Roma, el Papa Juan Pablo II cre nuevas Estaciones de la Cruz. Alter las catorce estaciones tradicionales y incluyo una decimoquinta estaci n para la Resurrecci n. Todas las Estaciones que su Santidad us se basaron en incidentes en los Evangelios.

El Padre Champlin adapta estas estaciones hist ricas--con su enfoque ricamente b blico--con un breve pasaje de los relatos de la Pasi n de los Evangelios, una breve reflexi n y una respuesta que era adaptada de los Salmos, establecido como un motete.

On Good Friday 1991 in the Roman Colosseum, Pope John Paul II created new Stations of the Cross. He altered the fourteen traditional stations and added a fifteenth station on the Resurrection. All of the Stations His Holiness used were based on incidents in the Gospels.

Father Champlin adapts these historic stations--with their richly biblical approach--by featuring a short passage from the Gospel Passion narratives, a brief reflection, and a response adapted from the Psalms, set as a motet.

Author: Joseph Champlin
Publisher: Libros
Published: 06/01/1996
Pages: 40
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.10lbs
Size: 7.10h x 4.90w x 0.30d
ISBN: 9780892438761
Language: Spanish

About the Author
Champlin, Joseph: - Father Joseph Champlin (1930-2008) was a prolific author, world traveler, lecturer, and passionate theologian. Ordained in 1956, Father Champlin was the pastor at several churches; at the time of his death, he was the sacramental priest at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Warners, New York. Over the years he touched thousands of lives, writing fifty books, traveling more than two million miles around the world, and founding the Guardian Angel Society, a nonprofit organization that helps needy children with their educational needs. In 1972 he served as associate director in the Secretariat for the Liturgy of what was then called the National Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington, DC, and he spent a year at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, Italy. Father Champlin devoted his life to caring for people and showing the compassion and forgiveness that Christ's love and God's grace provides. We are thankful that Father Champlin's magnificent work and dedication to Christ's teachings live on through his wonderful books.

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