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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Palm Sunday Crosses

There is one month till Palm Sunday, which is March 24, 2013. Traditionally in the Christian Faith, Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week. On the day that is now commemorated with Palm, it was said that Jesus returned to Jerusalem and was hailed by the people with waving Palm fronds. Because of the story of the return of Jesus, Palm has come to represent the beginning of Holy Week, he week that marks the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus, which is the promise of Redemption in the Christian Faith.

Christians often bring Palm to the Cemetery to place on graves to symbolize the promise of Christianity. North Eastern Italians would make wooden Cross decorated with curled Palm. This Tradition continues and is now available throughout the Country via LAROSE.COM


Order a hand made Palm Cross for Palm Sunday. This is the eighteen inch handmade palm cross with two plastic lilies and a bow. Each of these handmade Palm Crosses begin with an eighteen inch wooden frame, then loops of fresh palm are attached to create the palm cross. Every one of these eighteen inch Palm Crosses are decorated with two plastic Easter Lilies and a Bow, bow colors will vary..

The Palm Cross is a traditional symbol used in the Christian Faith to commemorate the return of Jesus to Jerusalem. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter Sunday. The Palm Cross is placed at the cemetery as a commemoration. When you order a handmade Palm Cross from LAROSE.COM, it is shipped via UPS to your destination. Only order a Palm Cross to be shipped to the Cemetery if you have made arrangements with the Cemetery Management to receive your delivery and place your Palm Cross on the appropriate grave site. 

Palm Crosses are made and shipped each year from Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday.

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