Confraternity Santo Costado de Cristo
With the aim of completing the procession of Sorrow in the Holy Thursday evening, it was created the Brotherhood in 2003, being the Confraternity’s president Mr José Martínez Sánchez, who orders to the sculptor Francisco Limón Parra, the fulfilment of the paso with four figures, although that first year it only walked with two. Paso carried only by anderas-women.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
The anderas’ tunic in red wool with gold adornment in sleeves and hems, black velvet sash with the confraternity’s shield embroidered in gold. Black velvet hood finished with golden small tubes’ fringes.
Guide-Maces: of silvery silversmithing from the workshops Orrico from Valencia.
Christ, in the way of the Calvary, falls for the third time and, looking to some women who cried, He told them ‘Jerusalem’s women: don’t cry for me, cry for yourselves and for your children’. The paso is formed by five figures; Jesús with the knee on the ground carrying the Cross, and two women with faces in tears, one of them carries her son in arms and in the other one a girl who gives her the hand.
Francisco Limón Parra, Sevillian sculptor from Villanueva del Ariscal. Self-taught, he follows the patrons of the 16th and 17th centuries. He counts with several pasos in Jumilla.
Realised in 2003 in silvery silversmithing with golden motives. Made in the workshops Orovio de la Torre in Torralba de Calatrava (Ciudad Real) for being carried on shoulders by 40 anderas.
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