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Pauline Books & Media Celebrates Lenten Tradition of Praying the Stations of the Cross With New App

3/12/2013 - 7:02 AM PST

Catholic PRWire

BOSTON, MA (March 12, 2013) - Pauline Books & Media and the Daughters of St. Paul are pleased to announce the release of the Walk with Me the Way of the Cross app. With Easter only a few weeks away, using this app for praying the Stations of the Cross is a way to celebrate the Lenten tradition of commemorating the passion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is also an invitation for Christians to take up their own crosses and follow the Master who calls upon them and says: "Walk with me." The Stations give us comfort and support in our commitment to follow Jesus at all times and under any circumstances.

This app provides a powerful experience of the Stations through:
• Audio reflections, words of Jesus, and prayers
• Two sets of beautiful images: one traditional set and one contemporary set
• The option to play the Stations of the Cross audio from beginning to end
• Two four-minute slideshows to pray the Stations without words

The Walk with Me the Way of the Cross app is available for download on your Android phone or tablet through Google Play at or on your Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad at For further information and press inquiries, please contact Ariana Tantillo, Marketing Assistant and Copy-writer, at 617-676-4490 ext. 4179 or e-mail

Pauline Books & Media is the publishing house of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international Congregation of women religious whose mission is evangelization through the means of social communication. They operate thirteen retail book centers in North America and a publishing and distribution facility in Boston, Massachusetts.


Pauline Books & Media  MA, 02130 US
Ariana Tantillo - Marketing Associate,  617-676-4490 ext. 41


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