Cross, The Upper Room
Measuring 3.4 inches high and 2.75 inches wide, the Upper Room Cross has an eyelet at the top which makes it easy to hang on the wall and to use as a pectoral cross in liturgical celebrations. This cross was conceived and executed by a master goldsmith in Germany.
This is a cross of impressive Old World workmanship made of the highest-quality material available.
On the night before he died, Jesus celebrated the Passover (the Feast of Unleavened Bread) one last time in an “upper room” (Luke 22:12). This solid bronze cross depicts the events of that night compactly and powerfully: Jesus blessing the bread and cup, eleven of the disciples in rapt attention, and (in the bottom left corner of the cross) the twelfth disciple, Judas, clutching his bag of money (thirty silver pieces as payment to betray Jesus) and holding up his right hand in rejection of Jesus. This Last Supper Cross is the perfect gift for everyone who partakes of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist, doing it in remembrance of Him.
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