Emmerich Stations of the Cross Posters

Stations of the Cross
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$7.00 - $110.00
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12.00 (in)
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As a simple way to make Christ's Passion part of your daily life, our Emmerich Stations of the Cross Poster can be easily taken with you so that you can meditate upon your Salvation wherever you are. The poster displays the 14 stations, including a description and vibrant images that depict Christ as the one who was pure, without blemish, suffering for our sins.

The Emmerich Stations of the Cross set is named after Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, the German nun and mystic who wrote the highly influential meditation The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This set of stations was painted in the German style by an unknown artist in the late 19th century. Recognizable for its illuminated golden halos around the heads of Christ and His followers, as well as for the rich contrast and shadowing throughout the set, the Emmerich Stations of the Cross convey the beauty and sacrifice of Jesus’ Passion with a blend of modern and traditional styles. May this poster conform us to our Lord so that we may always proclaim, "We adore you, O Christ and we bless you. Because by your holy cross you have redeemed the world."

Designed and printed in our store in Steubenville, Ohio, this poster is ideal for church walls and displays, Catholic schools, homes, and Catholic business's - a perfect way to enter into the season of Lent for yourself or to remind others of Christ's sacrificial love.


( POS-C415 )

This item is American-made by hand in our Steubenville workshop, not imported.


  • 5
    Emmerich Stations of the Cross Poster

    Posted by Michael on 30th Apr 2022

    This poster is beautiful. I'm very pleased.

  • 5

    Posted by Laura on 19th Jan 2018

    These are beautiful. I love them.