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Oak Gold Crucifix

Original price $29.95 - Original price $29.95
Original price
$29.95
$29.95 - $29.95
Current price $29.95

Description:

This 3" Oak Gold Crucifix is a beautiful addition to any home or office. The genuine lead-free pewter corpus is cast with care and hand-finished in an antique gold for an elegant look. The 6-1/4" H crucifix comes in a gift boxed for easy gift-giving.

Have this meaningful and powerful symbol of faith today! Pairing classic religious symbolism with modern design, this crucifix makes a meaningful statement that will inspire you for years to come.

Item No.: JC-637-K

Features:

  • Oak Gold Crucifix
  • A premium quality crucifix designed for mass, ceremonies, or prayer gatherings
  • Material: Oak/Gold
  • Size: 6-1/4" H, 3" Corpus
  • 1 Piece Per Package
  • This crucifix offers an oak cross with an exclusive, genuine pewter corpus free from lead.
  • Hand-finished with antique gold for an exquisite look.
  • Comes in a gift box for effortless gifting.

Stories and Symbolism:

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the crucifix is a sacramental, a "sacred sign" instituted by the church that prepares Catholics to receive God's grace. For example, Catholics believe that gazing at the crucifix during prayer will help stimulate feelings of hope, love, and trust. According to the catechism, a sacramental draws its power from the paschal mystery which is central to the Catholic faith and refers to Jesus' suffering, death, and resurrection.

Source:

  1. Adams, A. Why Does the Catholic Church Use a Crucifix? 
  2. The Vatican: Catechism of the Catholic Church