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Pewter Celtic Crucifix and Medal Center with 5mm Black Glass Rosary

by McVan
Original price $30.00 - Original price $30.00
Original price
$30.00
$30.00 - $30.00
Current price $30.00

Description:

A beautiful 5mm black glass beads rosary with a shiny silver-plated pewter Celtic crucifix and medal comes with a deluxe gift box that is a perfect gift for baptism, first communion, confirmation, and other special occasions.

Item No.: MV- R321DG

Features:

  • Pewter Celtic Crucifix and Medal Center with 5mm Black Glass Rosary
  • Image of Jesus Christ on the Cross w/ a Medal.
  • Beautifully designed and finely crafted crucifix.
  • Black Glass Bead Rosary Measurement: 5mm.
  • It comes in a deluxe gift box ready for gift giving.
  • Made in the USA.

Saint Story:

Saint Patrick was also known as the patron saint of Ireland and one of the most triumphant Christian missionaries. He was a Roman citizen of Britain who was apprehended by pirates at sixteen and sold into servitude in Ireland. One of the famous legends about St. Patrick is that he miraculously chased away all the snakes in Ireland and banished them all to the sea. He was also known for using the three leaflets of the shamrock to illustrate the Holy Trinity concept. He was also reported to have raised as many as 33 people from the dead.

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? https://classroom.synonym.com/catholic-church-use-crucifix-7579.html
  2. The Vatican: Catechism of the Catholic Church