This beautiful Mysteries Wall Cross uses natural stone and a modern design to celebrate the two most profound Mysteries of the Christ faith: the Trinity and the Incarnation. The three opaque stones symbolize the Mystery of the Trinity: three distinct but inseparable Persons (Father, Son and Spirit) in one God. The two glass stones symbolize the Mystery of the Incarnation: the Divine nature and human nature united in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, fully human and fully divine. At about 8.5 inches tall, this slate Mysteries Wall Cross will find a place in your home, either in a bedroom, study, or living room, where it can impart its solemnity and natural grace to its surroundings.
“Made in Germany” – Mark of Excellence
This beautiful Mysteries Wall Cross was made in Germany. “Made in Germany” is a guarantee of value and quality. Consider but the many German companies known and appreciated worldwide for the compelling quality of their engineering and products: BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Siemens, Bosch, Miele, Zeiss, the list goes on and on. Creator Mundi imports from the spiritual and religious equivalent of these companies in Germany, where quality of workmanship, nobility of composition, aesthetic brilliance, and theological depth hold sway in every gift item created and crafted.
Slate – the Material of Death
Slate is a type of stone that naturally is made of many fine layers. This beautiful stone actually originates in the slow deposition of silt over millions of years on the bottoms of bodies of water. This natural stone predates Christ, whose life and resurrection you celebrate by bringing this cross into your home. Because slate is a natural product, each cross features its own unique topography, accent colors, and layers – these are not flaws, but rather testaments to the endless diversity of creation and matter on earth. A most fortunate and meaningful coincidence here that slate is the material both of many tombstones and of this cross. Slate is mined from deep within the earth. Slate, is a rough and uneven rock, darkly colored in hues of gray and black. No material could better symbolize death or that most notorious instrument of death, the cross. No material could better symbolize the dark tomb from which the Crucified and Risen Christ emerges in glory, now shining brightly like gleaming gemstones in the noonday sun.