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Palm Sunday in Colombia

Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem, according to Christian belief. It marks the beginning of Holy Week and always falls on the Sunday before Easter Sunday. Other names for this day include Passion Sunday, Fig Sunday, Willow Sunday, Branch Sunday, or Blossom Sunday.

Palm leaves
Many people who attend a Palm Sunday church service receive palms.
Many people who attend a Palm Sunday church service receive palms.
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About Palm Sunday

Read more about Palm Sunday.

Palm Sunday Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
SunMar 282010Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 172011Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 12012Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunMar 242013Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 132014Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunMar 292015Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunMar 202016Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 92017Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunMar 252018Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 142019Palm SundayObservance, Christian
SunApr 52020Palm SundayObservance, Christian

Quick Facts

Palm Sunday is a Christian feast that commemorates Jesus Christ’s entry into Jerusalem. It is also the start of Holy Week.

Palm Sunday 2018

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Palm Sunday 2019

Sunday, April 14, 2019


List of dates for other years

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