Last night, Puerto de Mazarron enjoyed the procession of Our Father Jesus the Nazarene who called into the streets to dozens of residents and visitors who would not miss the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful young procession that started at 9 and a half of the night from the church of San José.
Fraternities and the steps in this parade of color and warmth filled the streets of the port, through which ran a fresh sea breeze typical of this time of Easter and the faithful who accompanied throughout the journey.
The Banda opened the procession of Bugles and Drums of Puerto de Mazarron, followed by the Brotherhood of St. Peter whose components paraded hooded cape and red sash and white robe.
The image of St. Peter, who carried in his hands the keys of heaven and a fisherman's net, was accompanied by the cock crowed after the apostle denied Jesus three times.
The throne of St. Peter, carried on the shoulders with great skill by portapasos, was beautifully decorated with white gladioli and red carnations.
All in white but with yellow sash marched components of the brotherhood of San Juan.
The image of the most beloved apostle of Jesus was on a throne decorated with white flowers and orange tones.
To him was the confraternity of Our Lady of Sorrows, whose owner is the only virgin in the Easter parade municipality under a canopy.
The brothers also wore white, but on this occasion, with blue cloak.
The portapasos tore the applause of those present to raise their arms on the throne of the Virgin.
The brotherhood of Christ's Atonement and the Virgin of Sorrows procession closed with two steps.
First marched the image that gives its name to the procession.
Dressed entirely in purple were the penitents accompanying Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno that was followed by the Virgin of Sorrows, whose brothers marched hooded cape and blue sash while the coat was red.
In the procession of note is the presence of a large group of manolas parading in front of Our Lady of Sorrows.
This night will be held in Puerto de Mazarron the Holy Burial Procession departs at 9 and half of the night from the parish of San Jose.
Five steps up this parade.
These are San Pedro, San Juan, the Christ of Forgiveness with the Virgin of Solitude, the Holy Sepulchre and the Virgin of Sorrows.
Note that the Virgin of Sorrows Holy Thursday, a beautiful carving of the sculptor Lozano Sanchez, serves as the Virgen de la Soledad on Friday night along with his look at one of the owners of the oldest fraternity in Puerto Mazarron.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón