|Palm Sunday||Triumphal Entry|
(Mt 21:1-11, Mk 11:1-11, Lk 19:29-44, Jn 12:12-19)
|Monday||Cursing of the Fig Tree|
(Mt 21:18-19, Mk 11:12-14)
Cleansing of the Temple
|Busy Tuesday||Lesson of the Withered Fig Tree|
(Mt 21:18-22, Mk 11:20-25)
Challenge of Jesus’ Authority
Parables of Warning
Debate with Jewish Leaders
Denunciation of the Scribes and Pharisees
Discourse on the Last Things
|Silent Wednesday||Conspiracy of the Chief Priests|
(Mt 26:1-5, Mk 14:1-2, Lk 22:1-2)
Two Flashbacks: Anointing of Jesus and Plot of Judas
|Maundy Thursday||The Last Supper|
(Mt 26:17-35, Mk 14:12-31, Lk 22:7-38, Jn 13-17)
Betrayal and Arrest
Trial before the Jewish Authorities
|Good Friday||Trial before Pilate|
(Mt 27:1-31, Mk 15:1-20, Lk 23:1-25, Jn 18:28-19:16)
|Saturday||Watch at the Tomb|
|Easter Sunday||The Resurrection|
(Mt 28:1-10, Mk 16:1-8, Lk 24:1-12, Jn 20:1-18)
The Report of the Watch
Appearance to the Ten in the Upper Room
Jerusalem during Holy Week
At Bethphage, Jesus sends two of his disciples to find a donkey for his Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem.
At Bethany, Jesus is anointed by Mary, the sister of Martha.
The location of Jesus’ Triumphal Entry
On his way to the temple, Jesus curses a fig tree.
When Jesus arrives at the temple, he cleanses the temple courts.
Jesus spends the night in Bethany.
On “Busy Tuesday,” Jesus teaches in the temple courts.
Jesus eats the Passover meal with the disciples in the Upper Room.
Following the Passover meal, Jesus and his disciples go to the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prays and is eventually arrested.
Jesus is taken to the house of the High Priest and interrogated. Peter disowns Jesus three times.
Jesus is interrogated by Herod and Pilate.
Jesus is beaten by Roman soldiers in the Praetorium.
Jesus is crucified at Golgotha.
Jesus is buried at the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea. Three days later he rises to life.