The Stations of the Cross in Atonement for Abuse and the Healing of All: By Rev. Paul Turner. Art by: Rev. Ronald Patrick Raab, CSC. Published by Liturgical Press.

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I am humbled to be part of this project for the healing of sexual abuse in our Church. Paul Turner’s text is stunning. I offer images for all 14 Scriptural Stations of the Cross. I spent a couple of months during our COVID-19 shut down painting these images.

I offer some reflections and explanations of my art in the booklet. Here is my approach to this important and soulful text from Paul Turner: I pray that my fingers covered in paint may help redeem the abuse our children faced at the hands of my brothers.

From Liturgical Press: The Stations of the Cross in Atonement for Abuse and for the Healing of All invites a wounded Church to contemplate the Passion and death of Jesus through the experience of clerical abuse survivors. This one-of-a-kind resource is written and illustrated by priests to foster healing amidst the destruction committed by their brothers. Award-winning author and acclaimed liturgist Paul Turner pairs each of the fourteen scripture-based Stations with powerful quotes from survivors of clerical sexual abuse, and responds to each with profound confessional prayer. Thought-provoking paintings by author, counselor, and liturgist Ronald Patrick Raab, CSC, accompany each Station.

Here is a link to Liturgical Press in Collegeville, MN to pre-order. The booklet will be published mid-December, 2020. I pray that this version of the Stations of the Cross might be at the center of our Lenten prayer for 2021.

CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER

3 thoughts on “The Stations of the Cross in Atonement for Abuse and the Healing of All: By Rev. Paul Turner. Art by: Rev. Ronald Patrick Raab, CSC. Published by Liturgical Press.

  1. Thanks Fr. Ron, I ordered a copy, I hope to receive it in December. I look forward to praying these prayers next Lent, thank you so much for all you do! Stay safe and healthy amidst the on-going virus!

  2. Ron, this looks awesome! I feel fortunate to know you and know you are party of this.

    On Mon, Jun 29, 2020, 1:00 PM Broken But Not Divided wrote:

    > Ronald Patrick Raab, C.S.C. posted: ” I am humbled to be part of this > project for the healing of sexual abuse in our Church. Paul Turner’s text > is stunning. I offer images for all 14 Scriptural Stations of the Cross. I > spent a couple of months during our COVID-19 shut down pa” >

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