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Passion week

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  • 1. Passion Week
  • 2. Index ● What is Passion Week? ● When do we celebrate it? ● Why do we celebrate it? ● Where it takes place? ● How do we celebrate it? ● Who participate? ● Photos: Palm Sunday, Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, Holy Wednesday, Holy Thursday, “ La madrugá”, Holy Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday.
  • 3. What is Passion Week? Passion Week is the annual Christian commemoration of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus. It's a period of intense liturgical activity inside the diverse Christian confessions.
  • 4. When do we celebrate it? Every year varies the date. Passion Week is celebrated on the following Sunday to the first full moon of the Spring Equinox.
  • 5. Why do we celebrate it? Because we're Christians and Christianity celebrates the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus.
  • 6. Where it takes place? Passion Week is celebrated in all Spain, but specially in Andalusia, Murcia, Toledo and Valladolid.
  • 7. How do we celebrate it? We celebrate masses where we read the Passion and Death of Jesus and took to the streets images related to the life of Jesus.
  • 8. How do we celebrate it? The parades are accompanied by music bands and nazarenes.
  • 9. Who participate? Catholic Christians go to see the parades.
  • 10. Palm Sunday
  • 11. Holy Monday
  • 12. Holy Tuesday
  • 13. Holy Wednesday
  • 14. Holy Thursday
  • 15. “La madrugá”
  • 16. Holy Friday
  • 17. Holy Saturday
  • 18. Easter Sunday
  • 19. Made by: ● ● Salvador Jara. ● ● María Librero. ● ● Francisco Jesús López. ● ● Nieves Macías.

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