Cofradía del Santísimo Cristo Resucitado y Nuestra Señora de la Alegría
Start of the Official route: 14:00
Cathedral doors: 14:40
End of Official route: 15:45
Plaza de Alonso Cano, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Pie de la Torre, Cárcel Baja, Gran Vía, Cárcel Baja, Elvira, Reyes Católicos (lateral izquierdo), Colcha, Pavaneras, Plaza San Juan de la Cruz, San Matías, Plaza de Mariana Pineda, Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial), Puerta Real, Mesones, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja, Pie de la Torre, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Plaza de Alonso Cano.
Parish Church of Regina Mundi, departure from the Parish Church of the Sagrario (One float).
Where to see it:
Its departure and return to the Chapel; it is going to be the first time that the image goes out from this parish church, due to the works for the tube affecting its seat.
It represents Christ Resurrected, walking. The Virgin Mary, the Magdalene and Saint John are looking at him.
Author of the image:
The figure of Christ is a work of Antonio Barbero Gor (1987) and the Virgen de la Alegría, of the same author, in 1992. The images of the Magdalene and Saint John are a work of Pablo Román (2009).
Assistant dressers: 30
The Brotherhood will go out for the first time with only one float for both holy sculptures, the Cristo Resucitado and the Virgen de la Alegría; these figures will set up a float for the Mystery including two other sculptures, being altogether six figures. Like that, the Brotherhood would avoid to ask for help to members of other brotherhoods to carry both floats, as happened two years ago. They also will present for the first time a new knocker, a work of Aragón, from Motril.