Sacred Journey: A Pilgrimage to the Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem

Sacred Journey: A Pilgrimage to the Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem

Sacred Journey: A Pilgrimage to the Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem
by Steven Brooke

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Take an extraordinary inspirational journey in the very footsteps of Christ along the pathway known as the Stations of the Cross. Learn the traditional prayers for each Station. Join internationally recognized author and photographer Steven Brooke on a remarkable walk through the sacred ancient streets of Old Jerusalem.

This inspirational volume takes the reader on a personal pilgrimage to the Jerusalem of Christ. It vividly depicts the most holy places of His last days on earth, culminating with the fourteen Stations of the Cross. This carefully researched, scholarly presentation brings the story of the Passion into vivid focus.

For centuries, the Stations of the Cross have been a rich subject for scholars and a beloved cornerstone for the faithful. The stunning photographs in Sacred Journey present the ancient and timeless Old City of Jerusalem, and the sites of the fourteen Stations of the Cross with scholarly accuracy and artistic sensitivity. The evocative images of the streets, shrines, and chapels are accompanied by descriptive text providing insight into their history and the history of Christian pilgrimage. Whether you have visited Jerusalem or not, Sacred Journey takes you on your own spiritual pilgrimage along this most holy path.

Steven Brooke is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, a Fellow of the Albright Institute in Jerusalem, and winner of the National AIA Honor Award in Photography. Based in Miami, he is the author/photographer of ten books on architecture and design, and the photographer of twenty others.

ISBN 978-0-89254-163-8
80 pages • 6 x 9 • Deluxe Hardcover
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Sacred Journey: A Pilgrimage to the Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem