By Gerard Joseph Stanley Sr., MD
This beautiful book offers reflections of a medical doctor on the physical and mental anguish Jesus endured in the hours leading up to His death. Enrich your meditation on Christ's passion using prayers and hymns paired with moving commentary and masterpieces of art from artists including Michelangelo, Rubens, Dali, and Siqueiros.
This devotional book can be used any time during the Church Year to reflect on the Passion of Jesus, but is particularly appropriate during the seasons of Lent and Holy Week.
Experience the imagery and passion of He Was Crucified with a powerful short video set to the music of “O Sacred Head Now Wounded.”
Gerard Joseph Stanley Sr., MD, has practiced family medicine for more than twenty-five years. He also has served as clinical preceptor for the medical school faculties of the University of Iowa, The University of Nebraska, and Creighton Medical School. He currently practices medicine in Butler, Missouri, south of Kansas City. For more than twenty years, Dr Stanley has traveled and presented on the topic of Christ’s Passion.
Kent J. Burreson, PhD, served four years in parish ministry while completing his doctorate in liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame. Since 2000, he has served on the faculty of the Department of Systematic Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri.
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