Holy Land Crucifix with Relic

Description: Holy Land Crucifix with Relic that Touched the Tomb of Jesus. This beautiful crucifix is handcrafted of olive wood from Bethlehem, the Holy Land. It features an antique brass corpus. The bronze finished case, which resembles the star of Bethlehem, contains a piece of cloth that has touched Jesus’ tomb at the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. Crucifix comes with a certificate of verification.

Dimensions: We offer the crucifix in two sizes.

8″ – $28.95
10″ – $38.95
Comfort Cross (with Relic)

Description: This unique cross from the Holy Land is handcrafted using the pruned branches of the olive trees growing on the hills of Bethlehem and Jerusalem. The bronzed finished case, which resembles the star of Bethlehem, contains a relic that has touched Jesus’ tomb at the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. Made to fit comfortably in your hand, it comes with a beautiful explanatory card, with 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 on the reverse.

Dimensions: 3.5 inches high.

“Relic Touched the Tomb of Jesus”

$9.95
Pewter Crucifix (with Relic)

Description: Pewter Crucifix comes with a 20-inch stainless steel chain. The reverse side contains a relic that has touched the tomb of Jesus at the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. Beautifully gift boxed. (Both the front and back sides of the crucifix are visible in the photo. Please note that each purchase includes only ONE crucifix.)

Dimensions: 1.25 inches high

$9.95


Holy Land Rosary (Three Colors

Description: These beautiful rosaries are made with a pewter cross, 7 mm glass beads, and with a relic touched to the Tomb of Jesus in Jerusalem. Comes gift boxed.
Dimensions: Measures 20 inches.

Black Holy Land Rosary
(with Relic)
$24.95

Crystal Holy Land Rosary
(with Relic)
$24.95

Burgundy Holy Land Rosary
(with Relic)
$24.95

From the Michigan Catholic website: “The Church’s Code of Canon Law says specifically and strongly (in No. 1190) that, ‘It is absolutely forbidden to sell sacred relics.’ When relics are obtained, there is often a charge for the metal container encasing the relic and for mailing costs, but not for the relic itself.” – Fr. Kenneth Doyle


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