PASO LA APARICIÓN DE JESÚS RESUCITADO A SANTO TOMÁS

Confraternity El  Rollo

Paso Aparición Jesús a Santo Tomás Jumilla

HISTORICAL REVIEW

With the purpose of taking part in the Resurrection’s Sunday procession, it is reached an agreement to acquire a new throne for walking on that day. Mr. President of the Confraternity Mr. José Abarca López signs a contract with the sculptor on the 3rd September 1983, for the realization of the new paso, which would march on the Resurrection’s Sunday of the Easter of 1984.

CANONICAL HEADQUARTERS

San Juan Bautista’s Church.

Tunic  Aparición Jesús Santo Tomás Jumilla

TUNIC

Of red velvet with sash of black velvet embroidered with jewelery, with the three nails of Christ. Cape of purple velvet, with the Confraternity’s insingnias embroider in gold. Hood of black velvet.

DISTINGUISHED INSIGNIAS

The standard: according to the design of Mr. José Tévar García, this standard is made in the workshop of Mr. José Romero Benítez from Sevilla in 1990. It is embroidered in maroon velvet to the coat of arms, with a central oil by José Romero which reproduces the two images of the paso. In the upper part it is embroidered in gold DOMINVS MEVS ET DEVS MEVS.

ICONOGRAPHY

It represents the moment of the second Appearance of Jesús to the Apostles. The Resurrected Jesús, brilliant and triumphant, facing Santo Tomás leaned towards the front and gesture of putting his fingers into the wound of Jesús side.

AUTHOR

It is a work by the Murcian sculptor Mr. José Antonio Hernández Navarro. It is one of his first works of Easter, as he starts his pasos in 1982, for the Confraternity El Cristo del Perdón from Murcia, although when he was 15 years old he had already made his first sculpture with his town’s patron saint, the Virgen de la Huerta.

THRONE

It was made in 2002 in embossed silver, with vegetal motives and representations of the Via Crucis, in the workshops of the Firma Orfebrería Orobio, S.L. from Torralba de Calatrava in Ciudad Real, for being carried by 44 anderas.

Standard  Aparición Jesús Santo Tomás Jumilla

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