Definition of Passion Sunday in English:

Passion Sunday

noun

  • The fifth Sunday in Lent.

    • ‘Many of the congregation had tears in their eyes during the event and it was a most fitting celebration for Palm / Passion Sunday.’
    • ‘Those who will not hear the narratives on Maundy Thursday or Good Friday will hear it all in one reading on Passion Sunday: the Passover meal, the arrest of Jesus, Peter's denial, and Jesus' trial, crucifixion, and burial.’
    • ‘On this Passion Sunday, we can choose which Jesus we will follow.’
    • ‘One highlight of the liturgical year is the Passion Sunday liturgy, which includes a danced procession with palms and other choreographed moments throughout the service.’
    • ‘On Passion Sunday I will try to take my cues instead from the nameless woman.’
    • ‘Henry succeeded his father on 20 March 1413 and was crowned at Westminster on Passion Sunday, 9 April.’
    • ‘The dispute about greatness shows the irony that all of the Passion Sunday texts seek to illustrate: Those who serve are the greatest, not those who seek domination.’
    • ‘This hymn is not directly related to either Passion Sunday or Palm Sunday.’
    • ‘It was the last week of Lent and it was time to prepare for Palm or Passion Sunday and then, Maundy Thursday and then Good Friday and finally Easter Sunday.’

Pronunciation

Passion Sunday

/ˈˌpaSHən ˈsənˌdā/