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† IN PASSIONE ET MORTI DOMINI ~ THE PASSION AND DEATH OF OUR JESUS THE CHRIST †
| Anno Dómini 6 April 2012
| Most Holy Trinity
Posted on 04/06/2012 10:57:50 AM PDT by Robert Drobot
IN PASSIONE ET MORTI DOMINI ~ The Passion and Death of Christ Jesus
Statio ad S. Crucem in Ierusalem ~ Station at Holy Cross in Jerusalem
Color: Nigrum ~ Black Vestments I Classis ~ First Class Observance
6 April 2012 Anno Dómini
D uring the late Middle Ages, when heathen muslim occupation of the Holy Land prevented devout pilgrims from visiting Christianity's Most Sacred Sites, the faithful made replicas of those Holy Sites in Western and Eastern Europe, where they would come to pray.
Roman Catholics sought greater detail about the Passion of the Lord, beyond what was provided by the Biblical New Testament. They turned to the writings of inspired Dogma and the blessed writings of the doctors of His Church for more information about the last hours of Jesus.
It was from these Holy Sources came the meeting of Jesus and his Mother, the meeting with Veronica, and the suffering and painful falls as our Lord Jesus bore the weight of our sin on the cross, which came to be known as the Stations of the Cross. Pilgrimages of prayerful reflection were made at each station of the cross; erected to reflect the last hours of our Lord - from Pilate's judgment hall to Calvary the place of His crucifiction . By the end of the sixteenth century the present fourteen stations became the tradition for this emotional devotion. The Stabat Mater accompanies the way of the cross.
The Way Of The Cross
In Music, Visuals and Vocals
Jesus on the cross
Andreas Scholl · Barbara Bonney · Stabat Mater · Pergolesi ·
Stations of the Cross ( part 1 )
Stations of the Cross ( part 2 )
Pergolesi - Stabat mater - 1st movement.
Katia Ricciarelli - Pergolesi - Stabat Mater (Dolorosa)
Jesus Stations of the Cross
Katia Ricciarelli - Stabat Mater - Quando corpus morietur
TOPICS: Apologetics; Catholic; Worship
KEYWORDS: death; eternity; life; scripture
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