El Augustine Institute presenta esta hermosa meditación de las Estaciones de la Cruz de San Alfonso María de Ligorio, narrada por Luis Soto. Esta reflexión en oración está acompañada por la Schola Cantorum de la Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo, Littleton, CO, cantando el himno católico tradicional Stabat Mater, en latín, que representa la amorosa presencia de Nuestra Madre, compartiendo el sufrimiento de Cristo al pie de la cruz. Disfrute este audio en sus trayectos, en casa o en cualquier lugar donde encuentre el tiempo, para enriquecer su oración durante la Cuaresma o durante todo el año, y viva mejor la Pasión de Cristo.
English Translation - The Way of the Cross: by Saint Alphonsus M. Liguori
The Augustine Institute presents a beautiful meditation on the Stations of the Cross by Saint Alphonsus Liguori, narrated by Luis Soto. This prayerful reflection is accompanied by the Schola Cantorum of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Littleton, CO, chanting the traditional Catholic hymn Stabat Mater, in Latin, which depicts the loving presence of Our Sorrowful Mother, sharing in the suffering of Christ at the foot of the cross. Take advantage of this audio on your commute, at home, or anywhere you find the time, to enrich your prayer during Lent or throughout the year, and better unite yourself to the Passion of Christ.
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English Translation: My daughter and me: building an ideal relationship
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