Venerable and Distinguished Brotherhood San Juan Apóstol
For walking in the evening of Easter Thursday, the Brotherhood San Juan Apóstol orders to the Murcian sculptor Mr. José Hernández Navarro an image of candelabrum of a Nazarene Christ with the cross on His back helped by Simón of Cirene, paso of mystery under the dedication of the Most Holy Christ of Mercy. Realised in 1992.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
According to the design of Mr José Tévar García in 1992, the anderos wear an elegant white wool tunic with a sash embroidered in red silk, a red velvet hood.
The standard: on burgundy red velvet, it is embroidered in gold, silver and gemstone, a central oil representing Jesus with Simon of Cirene. Made in the workshops of Agra, in India. It is realised under a design of Mr José Tévar and the oil is also a work by the same author.
Jesus’ Tunic: realised on burgundy velvet, embroidered in gold, silver and silks in the workshops of the city of Agra, in the Nueva Delhi state.
It represents the moment in which Jesus, already exhausted, falls to the ground with the cross and He is helped by Simon of Cirene.
It is a work by the Murcian sculptor José Hernández Navarro, realised in 1992.
It is realised in carved wood and gilded, of Murcian baroque style, the nighttime illumination consists of four candelabra of five lights by the Sevillan carver Julián Sánchez. It is illuminated with red wax, a piece acquired by the Confraternity from a Murcian brotherhood.
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