Royal Confraternity Jesús Prendido y Stma. Virgen de la Piedad
In 2007 it is created a new brotherhood inside of the Confraternity for taking part in the procession of Sunday of Resurrection, La Aparición de Jesús Resucitado a la Santísima Virgen María de la Victoria, a processional group, work by Arturo Serra.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
The tunic: tunic and cape in ivory-white wool and hood in purple velvet, cuffs and sash in purple velvet.
The music: the image is accompanied by a music band.
The alegría: the nazarenes delivere among people 8000 alleluias that proclaim the resurrection of Jesucristo, so recovering a Jumilla’s ancient tradition.
Due to Brotherhood’s youth, it does not own an own standard yet.
It currently walks with the standard of the Confraternity’s principal and it is been working in the elaboration of an own standard.
It represents the moment of the encounter between already resurrected Jesús and His mother, the Virgen María. Both images show the happiness of the moment, the happiness of the encounter between Mother and Son. Both images are walking towards the expected encounter that symbolises the victory of God, the Mother with her arms open for accepting the body of her Son who is in an attitude more serene. The sculptoric group represents the moment more characteristic of the Sunday of Resurrection in the Spanish Easter, the encounter between Jesucristo and the Virgen María, being the only national sculptoric group that represents this moment in a single processional paso.
The carving was realised by the sculptor Arturo Serra Gómez in 2007.
The throne was realised in 2014 by the Confraternity’s brothers. It is about two wood plinths adorned with simple floral motives and mouldings in the plinths, everything painted in gold.
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