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Acta Publications The Rosary(Including the Mysteries of Light) and The Stations of the Cross DVD

During Lent, Christians reflect on the meaning of the crucifixion and the meaning of sacrifice in their individual lives. Now, for the first time ever, two beloved videos have been combined onto one single DVD: The Rosary (Including the Mysteries of Light) and the Stations of the Cross. The Stations of the Cross provides thought-provoking meditations on each of the fourteen Stations. Both The Rosary and The Stations are set to a beautiful musical score produced by Sheldon Cohen and feature magnificent images that lend themselves to reflection.

The Rosary is narrated by Bob Crutchfield and Mary Hilyard. The Stations of the Cross are narrated by James MacKrell. Total RUnning TIme: 125 minutes.

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Waste of Money

Date:August 14, 2013
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Location:Georgia
Age:Over 65
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Scenes repetitive, Photo Tour of Nat Parks. Rosary Participants in figure only, NO lip movement NOT praying with you.
No Christian photos to follow IN Each Decade for meditation. Their are thousand of possible FREE Art that can be used to follow with that particular decade.No prayer "Jesus forgive us our sins...." after each decade nor Hail Holly Queen at end of Rosary
Stations no meditation @ each Station, just a short halt and keep walking. Participants gabbing, hands in pocket, NON solemn meditation. Just walk by, short stop, keep going.
Very Disrespectful ...
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