From the inimitable Fr. Z (that's Fr. "Zed" for you Frenchie types):
I have audio PODCAzT versions of the Via Crucis available.Thanks, Fr.
St. Alphonsus Liguori
For your Lenten spiritual warfare, here are two version of the Via Crucis, the Way or Stations of the Cross, by St. Alphonsus Liguori.
If people a truly impeded from going to a church, chapel or place where the Stations have been formally set up (which is a requirement for the indulgence to be gained) you can still gain an indulgence by spending at least a half hour in meditation on the Cross and death of the Lord. This recording might be of help.
One version is plain, just my voice. The other is the same voice recording, but with the Gregorian chant Sequence Stabat Mater interlaced between the stations.Stations of the Cross by St. Alphonsus Liguori [35:43m]: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download
Stations of the Cross by St. Alphonsus Liguori (with chant) [34:16m]: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download
Joseph Card. Ratzinger
Here is a reading of the Via Crucis, the Way of the Cross, composed by Joseph Card. Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, for the 2005 Good Friday observance at the Colosseum in Rome.
The text is English, though I use Latin responses and prayers between the Stations.http://www.wdtprs.com/prayercazt/080318_stations_ratzinger.mp3Stations of the Cross - Joseph Ratzinger (Good Friday 2005) [65:41m]: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download