Nativity Stones Crosses are unique as we are the only ones selling a cross that contains a stone from the Cave of The Nativity in Bethlehem, the celebrated birth place of Jesus Christ. In the heart of each piece a one of a kind authentic Nativity Stone from one time excavation that took place in 1963.
I am pleased to say that I received my order last Sunday. The item came in a beautiful package and after I took off the cover (see the photo below), it illustrated the beautiful cross necklace that features a piece of the Cave of Bethlehem. Below it was a Booklet detailing the history and it also came with a rolled up letter of authenticity.
In year 2000 Nativity Stones were even honored with a plaque placed in the Vatican. Each cross includes a numbered certificate of authenticity signed by the High Priest of the Church of the Nativity and a booklet telling the story.
To be able to hold next to our heart a piece of the Cave in which the Lord was born is truly priceless.
I would encourage all of you to check out their website and I happily endorse this. They can be found at: http://www.nativitystonescollection.com/ Please feel free to use LIFE15 to save 15% on your order.
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Matthew is a Third Order Dominican living in Chicago, Illinois. Matthew's personal interests include seeking a preservation of traditional Catholicism as practiced before the Second Vatican Council. He exclusively attends the Traditional Latin Mass. Matthew is the author of several books including "How to Create a Catholic Blog," "Understanding the Precepts of the Church," and "Eschatology: The Catholic Study of the Four Last Things." He spends his leisure time traveling, teaching, writing, and enjoying culture.