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Gold Over Sterling Silver Crucifix RF Baby Bar Pin w/ Clear Gift Box

by McVan
Original price $34.00 - Original price $34.00
Original price
$34.00
$34.00 - $34.00
Current price $34.00

Description:

A very surprising and unique miraculous pin specially designed for babies to be worn for any kind of occasion. It is proudly manufactured in the USA, featuring gold over sterling silver crucifix catholic baby badge and comes in a deluxe gift box. 

Item No.: MV-429J

Features:

  • Features gold over sterling silver crucifix catholic baby badge.
  • Comes in a clear gift box ready for gift giving.
  • Made in the USA.

Story & Symbolism: 

The crucifix is a reminder of the trials and tribulations that human beings face and the hope that comes from the redemption offered through Christ's death on the cross to those who believe. It is a fusion of art and faith and has been a consistent symbol of Catholicism for over 1500 years.

The representation of the crucifix is eternal. The crucifix or cross was introduced in the tenth century as the term for the instrument of the torturous execution of Christ. Initially, both "rood" and "crux" referred simply to any "pole," the later shape associated with the term being based in church tradition, rather than etymology. The word can nowadays refer to the geometrical shape unrelated to its Christian significance from the fifteenth century. "Crux" in Latin means cross, and it was a Roman device of torture on which they nailed a person to a wooden cross, an act called crucifying, and let the person die of asphyxiation while hanging from the cross.