Celtic Cross

This is the Celtic Cross.

It’s a Latin cross with a nimbus surrounding the intersection of the arms and stem.

It’s a Christian symbol traced back to the 9th Century and is found in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall and the Celtic Diaspora worldwide.

Be aware of and embrace your culture.

For more on our religious rites and customs, see Advent, Hot Cross Buns, Maundy Thursday, Muscular Christianity and Episcopalians.

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