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Two-Tone Crucifix Gold Over Sterling Silver w/ 18" Gold Plated Chain

by McVan
Original price $46.00 - Original price $46.00
Original price
$46.00
$46.00 - $46.00
Current price $46.00

Description:

This astonishing handcrafted necklace features a two-tone crucifix gold over sterling silver crucifix cross pendant and a rhodium-plated stainless steel chain is best to wear every day. It is made intentionally for the protection of the soul, blessing, and guidance.

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.

Item No.:  MV-JT8068

Features:

  • Image of Jesus Christ on the Cross.
  • Two-Tone Crucifix Gold Over Sterling Silver Pendant w/ 18" Gold Plated Brass Chain.
  • Dimension: 15/16" 
  • It comes in a deluxe gift box.
  • Made in the USA.

Story & 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