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Olive Wood Crucifix Pendant [Brown]

This orthodox style cross is carved from the rich wood of the Olive tree. Simply made, it comes on a brown cord which measures 24" in length and is knotted at the end. The cross itself measures 2" x 1.5".


Stainless Steel Orthodox Cross w/ Beaded 24 inch Chain [Silver]

…place with him in Paradise. This Genuine U.S. Military Issue Orthodox Cross is precision carved out of non-magnetic, non reactive, brite finished, 100% 304 stainless steel. It has a 24" stainless steel dog tag chain. Orthodox Cross necklace for men 100% Stainless Steel Genunine U.S. Military…


Olive Wood Crucifix with Jerusalem Soil

This olive wood crucifix was hand crafted in the Holy Land by family artisans and features an eastern orthodox cross style with little round windows with brass borders on each end.  Inside each window are varying little bits of earth from the Holy Land; soil, stones, incenses, or flowers from…

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Jesus Beads [Brown]

…and storage. The beads and cross are handcrafted using the pruned branches of the olive trees growing on the hills of Bethlehem and Jerusalem.  A printed card includes a brief explanation and history: Jesus Beads originated in the tradition of the Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches.…


Our Lady of Perpetual Help Medal [Silver]

…dating from the 14th century and is very popular among Orthodox and Catholic Christians. The story behind this image is that one day two angels – Michael and Gabriel – appeared to the toddler Jesus, holding in their hands the cross and the tools of the crucifixion. The child Jesus ran…

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Orthodox Brass Crucifix, 10.5"

Orthodox Crucifix In Antique Brass, 10.5". Made in Italy. Dimensions: 8.5'' (W) x 1.5'' (D) x 10.5'' (H)


The Spiritual Power of the Sign of the Cross

…the Cross is a simple gesture yet a profound expression of faith for both Catholic and Orthodox Christians.  As Catholics, it’s something we do when we enter a church, after we receive Communion, before meals, and every time we pray. But what exactly are we doing when we make the Sign of the Cross?

The Very Interesting History Behind the Feast of the Triumph of the Holy Cross

…invaded by the Persians who steal the True Cross. 629 A.D.: The True Cross is recovered and brought back to Jerusalem on September 14th. VENERATING THE CROSS The Church has a long tradition of venerating the Cross, that's why Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches always have large crucifixes in…

Olivewood Crucifix with Painted Corpus | The Catholic Company

Olivewood Crucifix with Painted Corpus | The Catholic Company

…and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Each end of the crucifix is carved into three rounded shapes which is a distinctive eastern orthodox style cross that brings to mind the Holy Trinity. A good crucifix choice for the children's bedrooms. To view The Catholic Company's entire selection of…

The Story of Mary Magdalene and the First Easter Egg

…Painting boiled Easter eggs is a beloved ancient tradition for Eastern Catholic churches as well as Orthodox. The eggs are often dyed red to represent the blood of Jesus Christ that was shed on the cross. The Easter eggs are then carried to the church in baskets to be blessed by the priest (often…

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