Yesterday, I continued a tradition of mine by using the fourteen Busted Halo “Stations of the Cross” videos for a prayer service with my students. I really like the Kingdom of God theme which runs through the various stations. The music is evocative and the art, created by Virgil Cantini, is engaging and passionate.
I’ve created a Powerpoint into which you can link the 14 videos.
Here’s the direct YouTube links to each video:
In addition to the slides from which you can link the videos, I’ve created a slide for each station. These contain pertinent quotes from the video for the station and images from Christ in the Desert Monastery in New Mexico.
For the background, I wanted to convey the transition in colors and themes as we move through the end of Lent, Palm Sunday, Holy Week and then Easter.
On final resource: From “Patheos” a devotional guide to the Stations of the Cross. This includes a comparison of the Catholic and the ‘biblical’ stations as well as the art that I used in the first slides of my Powerpoint.