Do all churches have a crucifixes?

Do only Catholic churches have crucifixes?

The crucifix is a staple in Catholic and Orthodox Christian churches. Not so much in Protestant churches.

Are all Catholic churches shaped like a cross?

Traditionally, Roman Catholic churches were built in the shape of a cross – cruciform – or a rectangle. However, many of the newer ones are circular. This is to stress the equality of all people as they worship in God’s house.

Do Protestants wear a crucifix?

Wearing the Crucifix among the Christian community also varies, among each denomination. For example, whilst Catholics display the Crucifix in their churches and often wear Crucifix’s or carry them for prayer and protection, people of the Protestant faith wear a plain cross.

What is the Protestant symbol?

As the central symbol of Christianity, the cross is nearly always displayed in church buildings. Protestants usually display an empty cross, recognizing that Jesus Christ has been raised from the dead, rather than a crucifix, displaying Christ on the cross, as in the Roman Catholic tradition.

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