Sacramental Brotherhood of the Sweet Name of Jesus and Brotherhood of the Holy Ecce Homo, Our Father Jesus of Redemption before Caiaphas, Saint Peter’s Denials and Tears and Our Lady of Star.
It was founded in 1983 in the Parish of San Juan y Todos los Santos (Trinidad). From April 1982 it started to worship two old images that belonged to the parish: Santísimo Ecce-Homo (Holy Ecce-Homo) and Nuestra Señora de los Remedios (Our Lady of Remedies). After some difficult first years, in the middle of the 80s, new brothers boosted the brotherhood by including a change of images, which were: Dulce Nombre de Jesús (Sweet Name of Jesus), Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Redención (Our Father Jesus of Redemption) and Nuestra Señora de la Estrella (Our Lady of Star), along with the founder image of Santísimo Ecce-Homo (Holy Ecce-Homo). In 1987 they were transfered to the Parish of San Fernando and the growth and strengthening of the brotherhood started. Their first station of penance took place on Holy Monday 1996 and the Virgin under canopy has also been in procession since 2009.
Parish of San Fernando. A temple dedicated to the monarch who reconquered the city after Muslim domination. It is located in the neighbourhood of Huerta de la Reina, which lives around its modern parish.
Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Redención (Our Father Jesus of Redemption) – [PHOTO #1; #2]
The artist chosen by this young brotherhood to carve the image of the Lord was Miguel Ángel González Jurado from Córdoba, who finished the sculpture in 1992. Althought it is an image to be dressed, it is completely sculpted in cedar wood.
The Lord is presented standing, with his hands tied and his torso slightly leaning forward, while turning his head right. His face does not have any signs of martyrdom, his eyes are low, lost in thought, submissive. He is wearing a purple plain tunic, where we can highlight a gilded lace given by Hermandad de la Expiración (Brotherhood of Death).
The pace of the mystery, apart from the image of Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Redención (Our Father Jesus of Redemption), who is at the front of the scene, is completed by six more figures, all of them from the gouge of Miguel Ángel González Jurado. The scene represents the moment when Jesus appears before the High Priest, Caiaphas, enthroned, thoughtful, listening to the accusations the two members of the sanhedrin had against Jesus. Before him, there is one of the Romans, with his helmet under his arm, whereas the other one seems to be in conversation with the Lord, while he moves his arms. The last figure is a black slave fanning Caiaphas. It is therefore a well structured composition.
Nuestra Señora de la Estrella (Our Lady of Star) – [PHOTO #1; #2]
It was made by sculptor from Seville Juan Ventura in 1986. It is an image to be dressed, only with head, hands and feet carved, very expressive. Her face shows a great sadness reflected in numerous tears on her half-open eyes. With her look down, sorrowful, slightly frowned eyebrows, she has that characteristic triangle on her brow typical of the Virgins from Seville of that time, such as Virgen de la Merced (Virgin of Mercy) by Buiza or Buen Fin (Good End) by Hernández León. Her pale complexion and her full parted lips make this expressive Virgin one of the most waited for and loved in our Holy Week.
Tunic with blue buttons and cream-coloured cape, navy blue face-coverer and blue and cream-coloured cincture.
Guiding Cross by the workshops of Antonio Ibáñez and gilded in fine gold by Manuel Calvo. The silversmithing on the INRI, the handles and the central crest were made by Maestrante.
Lanters of the Guiding Cross (2001) by the workshops of Ramos in carved nickel silver. Senatusbanner (1992) embroidered in fine gold over maroon velvet by the workshop of Borrero del Toro Mateo, according to the design by Juan Borrero. Enriched with sequins, pearls and gilded by embroider from Córdoba Francisco Pérez Artés.
The baton was carved in the workshop of Luis Jiménez and it is finished with an Imperial Roman insignia.
Guide of the Young Group (1994) made in nickel silver designed by Rafael de Rueda, recently modified by the workshops of Brothers Lama.
Banner of the brotherhood consisting of a blue cross over cream-coloured satin, using the colours of the brotherhood.
Regulations Book made on navy blue velvet, with silver edges and crest of the brotherhood, made by Francisco González Mata.
Virgin banner (1996) embroidered in fine gold and silks over navy blue background, designed by Antonio Garduño and made by Francisco Pérez Artés. Its pole is finished with an angel carrying a cross and the inscription “Stella Matutina”. Lanterns of the Virgin banner (1997) made in carved nickel silver in the workshop of Luis Jiménez.
The banner of the brotherhood (1990) is made in navy blue velvet and embroidered in the workshop of Santa Bárbara, according to a design by Rafael de Rueda, with fine gold and natural silk. The horns (2000) are carved in nickel silver by silvermithing Ramos.
Candlesticks (1997) by Luis Jiménez. Nickel silver pole (2001) by the silversmithing workshops Ramos.
Dalmatics (1998) made with red velvet and gilded brocade by the workshop of the brotherhood. Batons carved in nickel silver by the workshops of Luis Jiménez.
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