Cross Outlines Clip Art

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Cross Outlines Clip Art

Here is a range of cross outline clip art which is in PowerPoint vector format so it is editable and you can scale it and change the colours.

The cross is one of the most ancient human symbols and is used by many religions. The clip art in the template includes many types of cross, including Christian cross, High cross – a free-standing Celtic cross, Crucifix, crusader cross and many ornate crosses which look like swords.

It could be used for church programmes or newsletters, hymn or sermon book covers, posters, christening, wedding or funeral order of service or for school religious studies work such as prayers or study work on the bible. 

Crosses are very important for the Christian faith as Jesus was crucified on a cross on Good Friday.  According to Christian scripture, Jesus rose from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion. Christians celebrate this resurrection on Easter Sunday.

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11 April 2010    Template number 00597

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Comments on: Cross Outlines Clip Art

Thank you for the opportunity to down load the pallet of
“christian Crosses”.

Posted by John Orr — 12 Dec @ 5:46 pm

Dear Sir or Madam,
This Sunday 14th September is Exaltation of the Cross. I will be leading the Childrens Liturgy then and I have been searching the web for different line drawings of the cross for the children to take home and colour in and hopefully remember some of the things I said (?).
Web sites like yours are few from todays experience so thank you for allowing me to download your selection of line drawings of the cross. The children are pre school or infants.
Thank you again
Best regards
Bernard Holland.

Posted by Bernard Holland — 8 Sep @ 4:34 pm

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