EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
OF THE HOLY TRINITY
502 Main Street, Irwin, PA 15642 724-863-7350
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If you HAVE AN IPHONE, I CANNOT FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU MUST DO TO BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD, PRINT AND/OR READ THE PDF FILE LINKS BELOW. At best you can see the first page. At worse nothing happens when you try the following that works on android phones.
If you have an android phone, you can connect to the linked pdf files below and see all of the pages. Touch and hold your finger on one of the links below and another window will pop up. Touch “Open in new tab”. Another window will pop up. On my phone they are “open with drive” and “download”. I choose “open with drive” to read the linked pdf file.
- A Latin cross is a type of cross in which the vertical beam sticks above the crossbeam, with the three upper arms either equally long or with the vertical topmost arm shorter than the two horizontal arms, and always with a much longer bottom arm.
- Today it is the universal sign of Christianity.
- Some Protestants deemed in “satanic” until 1800s.
- Some Cathedrals are laid out as a Latin Cross.
- Before Christ it could have symbolized the four directions: good luck fertility, life, and the connection between Heaven and earth.