Check out the Nonviolence Resource Center (under the Resources menu). More specifically, look under Booklets. The Stations of the Cross of Nonviolent Love contains personally assimilable and livable meditations on specific dimensions of Christ's Nonviolent Love as He endures each of the 14 stations of the cross, emerging finally at the 15th station, the Resurrection, having conquered evil and death.
The full embracing of Gospel Nonviolence calls for a radical alteration in thought patterns, verbal patterns, behavioral patterns, and emotional patterns. That is, it requires a completely different reality orientation and self-understanding. To a mind grounded primarily in the logic of the temporal and conditioned by a seemingly endless stream of examples in which violence is portrayed as a legitimate means of conflict resolution, the acceptance of nonviolence as truth does not come easily. There is no doubt that a significant change of mind (metanoia) is indispensable for embracing the Nonviolent Jesus of the Gospel — a process which necessitates an alteration in consciousness made possible only through grace and a patterned, repetitive exposure to ideas and images consistent with the Nonviolent Love of friends and enemies as taught and lived by Jesus.