Meditations on the Passion and Death of Christ

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Distracted During Prayer? Focus on The Passion

We’re beset with distractions: traffic, notifications, texts, emails. It can sometimes seem impossible to focus on God and truly pray.

But the stirring meditations in this profound book will help fix your gaze on Christ on the Cross. There is no better way to pray, to focus, to engage in consistent, fruitful prayer, than to contemplate the Passion of Our Lord.

Over the course of a month, each day offers three short, yet deep meditations on the suffering and death of Jesus, followed by practical advice for putting the fruit of your prayer into practice.

Perfect for taking the next step toward a truly fruitful Lent, and ideal all year round at home, before Mass, or combined with our other devotions, Meditations on the Passion and Death of Christ, packs huge spiritual rewards into short, manageable meditations.

Christ is the summit of our lives. To reach him, we must walk with him up the arduous road to Calvary, and climb onto His cross. Only then can we gain the true peace and joy of resting in his suffering heart like the saints.

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Compiled from the works of Fr. Ignatius of the Side of Christ, Passionist.
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    Meditations on the Passion and Death of Christ

    Posted by Chris B. on Feb 1st 2023

    Daily meditations are several pages in length with a common theme for that meditation. Most opportune to read during the Lenton season. St. Faustina diary: "There is more merit to one hour of meditation on My sorrowful Passion than there is to a whole year of flagellation that draws blood. (369)"