A Catholic Order of Nuns wear Star of David Crosses on their Uniforms

An Order of Catholic nuns based in Mexico, called the Eudist Servants of the 11th Hour, have included  a Star of David upon their official Christian insignia. Here is what it looks like specifically and a blurb from their website can be seen below:

 

eudist-cross
Mother Antonia’s Cross

The cross was an inspiration that Mother Antonia had years ago. The original one was made by a prisoner. He is now free & continues to make the crosses for the order.

It combines the Old & the New Testament – the Star of David & the Cross. The cross consists of 3 nails, one down & two across, representing the nails that held Jesus to the cross & His suffering & destruction of the flesh.

The nails are bound together because Jesus was bound. The Hebrew Star the sign of the majesty of David’s kingship & the inheritance of his Son, the long awaited Messiah, the King of Kings & Lord of Lords. The Star of David is also to ensure that we never forget the holocaust.

The cross is never worn on a chain. It is worn by the Servants on a shoestring, to remind us to untie the shoes of the poor & to wash their feet.

 

Mother Antonia’s Cross, Eudist Servants of the 11th Hour

 

Sister-Kathy-Bernadette
Notice the tiny Star of David Cross upon her neck?

 

 

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