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 Triumph the Cross Holiday Resource
About Triumph the Cross
Celebrating the Feast of the "Triumph of the Cross." is formally known as "Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross" honours the work of Christ. Exaltation of the Holy Cross is celebrated on 14th September. On the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross we honor the Holy Cross by which Christ redeemed the world. Exaltation of the Holy Cross is observed in Rome before the end of the seventh century. The public veneration of the Cross of Christ originated in the fourth century. The word ‘exaltation’ simply means keeping a person high esteem in order to appreciate. More recently the title of the Feast has been changed to “Triumph of the Cross.” Its purpose is to honour the work of Jesus Christ. Its presenting a brief summary of the origin of this special Feast.
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