Art has always been a means to express belief and devotion.
The widely-used Bottonnée cross calls to mind the Holy Trinity because of its trefoil end caps, and its name actually refers to the shape of an architectural trefoil.
The liliform end caps of the Fleurie cross remind us of the Holy Trinity.
The Anchor cross originated in primitive days in the catacombs, formed by combining an anchor and cross. This cross can be used to symbolize the Christian's hope, which is anchored in Christ.
A cross with the ends of the arms fleury, having a shape somewhat like a fleur-de-lys is a reminder of the Holy Trinity and of the Resurrection.