The Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics

The “Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics” is a book that is rooted in an ancient Catholic devotion. It is intended to assist Catholics and other Christians find deeper meaning in their struggles with alcoholism, by connecting the oftentimes hard road of sobriety with Jesus’ suffering road to His Crucifixion. The reader sees that their old alcoholic ‘self’ is being led to the Cross and the joy of eventual resurrection of a new sober self can follow. Whether they are still drinking and struggling, or have been sober for many years and still have difficulties coping with sobriety, this book should help readers maintain that sobriety.

The book was written by SoberCatholic.com blogger, “Paulcoholic”, a/k/a Paul Sofranko.

For some reviews, please go here: “Author offers two Catholic takes on recovery” : The Catholic Sun of the Diocese of Phoenix, Arizona

(Via The Catholic Sun.)

And courtesy of Catholic Alcoholic:

Buy the Book: Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics

For purchase information:

The Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics is now available for purchase through a variety on online sources, both in print, and in ebook versions.

You may buy the book in print either of these places:

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on Amazon.com

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on CreateSpace

For those who like ebooks, you can obtain the book via the following ways, for virtually any ebook reader:

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics for Amazon Kindle.

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on Apple iTunes.

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on the Barnes and Noble Nook.

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on Kobobooks

Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics on Diesel eBooks.

Stations of the Cross on Smashwords.

On Smashwords, the book is available in virtually any ebook format around. See the Smashwords site for particular formats.

If you don’t own a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle Reading app here:

Free Kindle Reading Apps.

If you don’t own a Nook reader, you can download a free Nook reading app here:

Free NOOK Reading App from Barnes & Noble.

The book is also on Google+

My wife, Rose Santuci-Sofranko, has also published some photography books that would be of interest to people. Art and photography, particularly religious and spiritual, can help you get closer to God. A SoberCatholic.com Page of her books is here:

Rose Santuci-Sofranko “Artist4God”

Her primary site is here: ARTIST4GOD: Rose Santuci-Sofranko