Our Good Friday Liturgy from last year with multiple crosses used for veneration, but the large one is the one that was carried in procession:
These are the two new rubrics:
For the Adoration of the Cross, first the Priest Celebrant alone approaches, with the chasuble and his shoes removed, if appropriate (not sure what not appropriate would be). Then the clergy, the lay ministers and the faithful approach moving as if in procession, and showing reverence to the Cross by a simply genuflection or by some other sign appropriate to the usage of the region, for example, by kissing the Cross.
Here's the kicker!!!
Only one Cross should be offered for adoration. If, because of the large number of people, it is not possible for all to approach individually, the priest after some of the clergy and faithful have adored, takes the Cross and standing in the middle before the altar, invites the people in a few words to adore the Holy Cross and afterwards holds the Cross elevated higher for a brief time, for the faithful to adore in in silence.
YIKES, we always have three crosses to facilitate everyone coming forward--what to do????