Entry into Jerusalem

Entry into Jerusalem

first scene of Passion cycle in painting. [Art: Hall, 114]
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pdf) burning the palms  blessed in the previous year's Palm Sunday service 6 a time for Christians to remember Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem days before he was crucified.
Palm Sunday is also known as Fig Sunday because tradition maintains that Jesus cursed a fig tree that would not bear fruit, and ate figs after his entry into Jerusalem.
The manner of Allenby's entry into Jerusalem and exactly what he was to announce once inside had been considered at the highest levels of government and he had been telegraphed precise instructions from London on Nov.
At the start of Holy Week, millions of Catholics flocked to churches to have their palm fronds blessed in commemoration of the triumphant entry into Jerusalem of Jesus.
Palm Sunday marks Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem on a donkey 2,000 years ago.
Highlighting Palestinians entry into Jerusalem on the first Friday of Islam's fasting month of Ramadan, the three dailies said 100,000 Palestinians attended the Friday prayers in the mosque compound.
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.
Before His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus took three of His disciples - Peter, James, and John - to the mountain to pray.
A processional 'epistemology' emerges here which, as Kirkland-Ives neatly shows, was shaped by the processional nature of many of the biblical episodes commemorated (Christs entry into Jerusalem, the ascent and descent of Calvary).
Plumly presents readers with an account of the so-called oimmortal dinnero hosted by the artist Benjamin Robert Haydon to celebrate his historical painting ChristAEs Entry into Jerusalem and to introduce his friend John Keats to William Wordsworth.
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.