In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Those who will not hear the narratives on Maundy Thursday or Good Friday will hear it all in one reading on Passion Sunday: the Passover meal, the arrest of Jesus, Peter's denial, and Jesus' trial, crucifixion, and burial.
- The dispute about greatness shows the irony that all of the Passion Sunday texts seek to illustrate: Those who serve are the greatest, not those who seek domination.
- This hymn is not directly related to either Passion Sunday or Palm Sunday.
- Many of the congregation had tears in their eyes during the event and it was a most fitting celebration for Palm / Passion Sunday.
- It was the last week of Lent and it was time to prepare for Palm or Passion Sunday and then, Maundy Thursday and then Good Friday and finally Easter Sunday.
- Henry succeeded his father on 20 March 1413 and was crowned at Westminster on Passion Sunday, 9 April.
- On Passion Sunday I will try to take my cues instead from the nameless woman.
- On this Passion Sunday, we can choose which Jesus we will follow.
- One highlight of the liturgical year is the Passion Sunday liturgy, which includes a danced procession with palms and other choreographed moments throughout the service.
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