The Stations of the Resurrection - Great Focus for the Easter Season

Have you heard of the Resurrection? They're also know as "Via Lucis", "Stations of Light", or "The Way of the Light". There are 14 stations, and they the counterpart to the Stations of the Cross. Every station is something that happened between Easter and Pentecost. Here they are:

Stations of the Resurrection (Via Lucis)
1. Jesus Rises From the Dead (Matthew 28:1-10)
2. The Finding of the Empty Tomb (John 20:1-10)
3. The Risen Lord Appears to Mary Magdalene (John 20:11-18)
4. Jesus Appears on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-27)
5. Jesus is Known at the Breaking of Bread (Luke 24:28-35)
6. Jesus Appears to His Disciples in Jerusalem (Luke 24:36-43)
7. Jesus Gives the Disciples the Power to Forgive Sins (John 20:19-23)
8. Jesus Strengthens the Faith of Thomas (John 20:24-29)
9. Jesus Appears by the Sea of Tiberias (John 21:1-14)
10. Jesus Tell Peter to Feed His Sheep (Primacy of Peter) (John 21:15-17, 19b)
11. Jesus Commissions the Disciples on the Mountain (Matthew 28:16-20)
12. Jesus Ascends into Heaven (Acts 1:6-12a)
13. Mary and the Disciples Wait in Prayer (Acts 1:12-14)
14. The Holy Spirit Descends at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-13)

You can go through with prayers for each station (just like
the stations of the cross) and this site has a great set you can
read from for children, and another for teens.
Also, here's a pdf you can print to go through the stations 
(although this one isn't specifically for kids).

Family at Feast and Feria made a printable set of the

On Bookworm you can download some printable 
for making a box with symbols for each station!
These could be used in SO MANY WAYS! :-)

Remember, it's still the Easter season until Pentecost! We observed lent for 40 days- we may as well celebrate for all 50 days of the Easter season as well! :-)

I found all these links via 4 Real Forums. Thanks for the great resources, ladies!

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  1. Lacy muchas gracias yo no conocía las estaciones de la luz y es un material precioso mil bendiciones

  2. Thanks for these links Lacy. I am doing the stations with my kids this week and needed some fresh ideas!


  3. I was excited to find these links, too! We're going to be doing some projects from station 9 soon! :-)


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