Entry into Jerusalem

Entry into Jerusalem

first scene of Passion cycle in painting. [Art: Hall, 114]
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Giovanni Costetti's Christ's Entry into Jerusalem presents a vision in which the Saviour rides into an industrial suburb of Florence, its indifferent bystanders gesturing towards a society in which belief may be quotidian but in which its endurance is far from guaranteed.
Mrs Kath Gaukroger played the piano and palm leaves were placed on the Easter Cross to remind people of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem before the crucifixion.
While anything less than reverential is bound to cause offence in some quarters, the musical tells - the story of Easter week - from Jesus's entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to his crucifixion on Good Friday - in a powerful and emotional way, with the added bonus of some cracking songs.
Rreitzer recounts Riffen's role in the blasphemy trial of the Quaker James Nayler, who had been arrested in 1656 for provocatively entering the city of Bristol on a horse as a reenactment of Jesus' Palm Sunday entry into Jerusalem.
There they were singing the hymn Ride On, Ride On In Majesty to mark Christ's dramatic entry into Jerusalem, unaware that drama of a different kind was taking place outside the church doors.
Palm Sunday commemorates Jusus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, an event that is mentioned in all four canonical Gospels, according to the Bible.
The musical dramatizes Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, the unrest caused by his preaching and popularity, his betrayal by Judas, the trial before Pontius Pilate and his Crucifixion.
1 of the Jew of Malta, Marlowe disrupts the dramatic tradition of Christ's entry into Jerusalem by replacing it with Barabas enabling Calymath's bloody entry into Malta.
Entry into Jerusalem, the Golan Heights, Nazareth or Haifa is not possible without a visa.
Sunday 28 April is known as Palm Sunday, a feast before Easter, commemorating Jesus' entry into Jerusalem.
For Christians, Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, and commemorates Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey, welcomed by crowds waving palm branches, before his arrest, trial, crucifixion and resurrection.