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First Communion Holy Mass White Crucifix

Original price $76.95 - Original price $76.95
Original price
$76.95
$76.95 - $76.95
Current price $76.95

Description:

An exceptionally crafted First Communion Holy Mass White Crucifix is an amazing keepsake that truly cherishes beautifully handcrafted items. This exquisite piece was carefully forged by great artists to ensure that this amazing work of art will maintain its luxurious look for the years to come. Features lead-free pewter corpus with gold finish and white epoxy inlay along with the St. Benedict medal molded on the back.

Item No.: JC-3244-LPL

Features:

  • First Communion Holy Mass White Crucifix 
  • Lead-free pewter corpus with gold finish and white epoxy inlay.
  • Delightful hand-finished fine details
  • Material: Gold Finish Cross/Epoxy Inlay/Antique Gold Finish Corpus
  • Size: 8" H
  • 1 Piece Per Package
  • Display box, perfect for gift-giving, with further information and details included!

This crucifix bears the Apostolic Blessing of three Popes (PP. Benedict XIV, Benedict XVI, and Francis) and a St. Benedict medal molded on the back, with details that recall Christ's Passion and Death, as well as His institution of the Holy Eucharist.

Stories and Symbolism:

First Communion is considered to be one of the holiest and most important occasions in the life of the Roman Catholic. This means that the person has received the Sacrament of the Eucharist, the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Most Catholic children receive their First Communion when they are seven or eight years of age since this is considered to be the age of justification.

Part of the Holy Mass Crucifix Apostolate, an exciting and first-of-its-kind apostolate in the history of the Church, this beautiful and unique pewter cross is a reminder of the connection between Christ's sacrifice on the Cross and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.