14 cartoon artworks based on the Stations of the Resurrection (Via Lucis - the Way of Light*), a devotion that journeys through the events after Jesus’ Resurrection until the Pentecost; with short Gospel passages and simple prayers.
In multiple printable formats, i.e. 8 inch x 10 inch posters, prayer cards, greeting cards, coloring pages and badges for the Season of Easter and other occasions. Very useful resource to educate and encourage kids and the young-at-heart to learn about the biblical events of Easter. Great for parents, teachers, catechists, children and families!
* The Stations of the Resurrection is a joyful way to celebrate the glorious Resurrection of Jesus and is a great complement to the more sorrowful Stations of the Cross! This devotion was inspired by a 3rd century inscription found in the San Callisto Catacombs in Rome. Based on this inscription, Salesian priest Father Sabino Palumbieri formed the Stations of the Resurrection in the 1990s. It takes the form of a journey, similar to the Stations of the Cross and likewise, there are also 14 stations. The devotion was formally recognized in the Vatican’s Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy in 2001.
Featuring cute, colorful and kid-friendly illustrations of:
Jesus Rises from the Dead
The Finding of the Empty Tomb
The Risen Lord Appears to Mary Magdalene
Jesus Appears on the Road to Emmaus
Jesus is Known at the Breaking of Bread
Jesus Appears to His Disciples in Jerusalem
Jesus Gives the Disciples the Power to Forgive Sins
Jesus Strengthens the Faith of Thomas
Jesus Appears by the Sea of Tiberias
Jesus Tells Peter to Feed His Sheep
Jesus Commissions the Disciples on the Mountain
Jesus Ascends into Heaven
Mary and the Disciples Wait in Prayer
The Holy Spirit Descends at Pentecost