From the earliest of days, followers of Jesus told the story of his passion, death and resurrection. When pilgrims came to see Jerusalem, they were anxious to see the sites where Jesus was. These sites become important holy connections with Jesus. Eventually, following in the footsteps of the Lord, along the way of the cross, became a part of the pilgrimage visit. The stations, as we know them today, came about when it was no longer easy or even possible to visit the holy sites. In the 1500's, villages all over Europe started creating "replicas" of the way of the cross, with small shrines commemorating the places along the route in Jerusalem. Eventually, these shrines became the set of 14 stations we now know and were placed in almost every Catholic Church in the world.Features :Read to me - Added audio files to each screen which will read out the text for you. Read by myself - This is a default setting.If you wish to let someone other than you to know then you can click on the read to me button to play the audio file
What's new in version 1.0
ReleaseApril 4, 2012
Date AddedApril 4, 2012
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPad. iTunes account required.