For Easter Devotion—Via Lucis


  Stations of the Resurrection

For Easter Devotion—Via Lucis. 1st Station of the Resurrection—He is Risen! A painting by A.Vonn Hartung
                      He is Risen! (Mt 28)

For Easter Devotion—Via Lucis

Fourteen beautiful prints, printed with high quality Giclée technology,

from original paintings by Catholic artist, A.Vonn Hartung.

Permanently installed in the Cathedral of San Juan de Puerto Rico

by archbishop Mons. Roberto González Nieves

to inspire hope after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.


The moment Jesus rose from the dead is the moment the world changed! He became for us the Christ.

The miracle of the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus is the hope so desperately needed in our world today, especially the youth! To realize this hope we need the FULL Paschal Mystery leading to our salvation, which is incomplete without a deep understanding of the revealed truth of the Resurrection. This truth—our belief in the Resurrection, God’s Love for each one of us for all eternity is what we need in our troubled world today.

The Stations of the Resurrection were approved and promulgated for Popular Piety by the Holy See in 2001. They follow the visitations of our Risen Lord to His disciples during the 50 days of Easter up to Pentecost. These stations balance and complement the Stations of the Cross, the 40 days of Lent, and confirm Christ’s victory over death and the completion of His mission for our redemption and salvation. The bottom section of each station—the empty hill of Golgotha, speaks symbolically of the end of history and the Last Judgment. Christ’s empty cross is the bridge from death to eternal life. These stations are based on the 4 Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles.

Read about the history of this devotion.

The 14 Stations, pictured in the attached brochure are available for sale in a variety of sizes on high-quality archival canvas at—

Consider purchasing them for your church, school, retreat center, columbarium, or for personal devotion.

To contact the artist A.Vonn Hartung—


Some Major Works by A.Vonn Hartung

 Contemplative video—Via Lucis

For Easter Devotion—Via Lucis. Ninth Station of the Resurrection "It is the Lord! (Jn 21:7); painting by A.Vonn Hartung
It is the Lord! (Jn 21:7)

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