In recent decades there has been an option to do something similar to help us meditate upon the resurrection of Jesus. Like the well known Way of the Cross, they too have 14 stations. Sometimes they are called the Via Lucis or Way of Light. Starting from the proclamation of the resurrection by the angel to the women in the empty tomb and going through all the recorded appearances of the risen Jesus in the Gospel it ends with the sending of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
Having prayed through several versions of the Stations of the Resurrection over the years, I can attest that they are very helpful spiritually. For when our hearts and minds become convinced that Jesus is risen, our lives receive new hope and vitality. And it certainly takes time for that conviction to seep in.
Below is a version of the Stations of the Resurrection that was prepared with an ecumenical audience in mind. Each Station has a scripture reading, a reflection and a prayer. The first PDF contains 16 pages, with print at a size to be comfortable reading out loud from a microphone. The second PDF is for personal use and takes 9 pages.
May all of those holy ones to whom Jesus showed His risen glory, His Mother, St Peter, St Thomas, St Mary of Magdala, the holy women, the other Apostles and the rest of the faithful disciples always intercede for you when you pray these Stations of the Resurrection.