This year’s Holy Week begins on Sunday, April 2 and ends on Sunday, April 9. It is a deeply religious Catholic festival in which the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ are celebrated. It begins on Palm Sunday and ends on Easter Sunday. They are holidays of variable date depending on the lunar calendar, which are celebrated between the months of March and April
In Manilva, the Nuestra Señora de Los Dolores y Our Padre Jesús Nazareno Brotherhood is in charge of publicizing Holy Week 2023. Every year, thousands of people choose to live this week in this wonderful town. Every year it is immersed in an intense week of Catholic passion in which the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth is commemorated and celebrated.
The Program for this week is usually repeated year after year because the date is immovable, since it is determined by the data of the 6th century AD.
Holy Week Program 2023
We remind you that these hours may vary. It will depend on the time and the year of the events. We recommend that you subscribe to our newsletter if you have not already done so to be aware of these changes. In a few days we will update you the program for Easter 2023, so you do not miss it.
Palm Sunday – April 2:
On April 2, Palm Sunday, the traditional Benediction of the palms and Holy Mass will take place starting at 11:00 a.m. and then the procession of La Borriquita. Templo
- Procession route:
Calle Iglesias → Mar Street → Álvarez Leiva → Mar → Calle Iglesias → Temple.
Ash Wednesday – April 5:
On Ash Wednesday, April 5, with the XVI Exaltation of the Manilveña arrow in the Santa Ana Church at 8:00 p.m. And it’s corresponding Via Crucis procession that will happen at 9:00 p.m. by:
Temple → Barracks → Crosses → Calvary Road → Crosses → Temple.
Holy Thursday – April 6:
Procession of the Holy Christ of Love and Our Lady of Hope. Departure from the Parish Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
Good Friday – April 7:
5:00 p.m. In the parish of San Luis de Sabinillas. Adoration of the Holy Cross.
9:30 p.m. Procession of the Christ of Love and Our Lady of Sorrows.
Route of the procession: Starts in the Plaza de la Colonia – Duquesa de Arcos Street – Picasso Street – Marques de Larios Street – Church Square – Collection.
Holy Saturday – April 8:
At 9:00 p.m. the Santa Ana Church hosts the Blessing of Fire in the atrium of the temple and the Pascual Vigil.
9:00 p.m. Pascual Vigil. In the Pascual Parish
Easter Sunday – April 9:
On Resurrection Sunday, April 9, at ten in the morning with the Holy Mass and at eleven, with the procession of the Risen One and the Virgen de la Alegría.
We hope you enjoy a happy Easter with your friends, family and good weather. We remind you that you can subscribe to our newsletter to be able to find out about all the events in Manilva and its surroundings. See you at the next e