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Oberammergau play of the suffering, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Oberammergau play of the suffering, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

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Published by Village of Oberammergau in Oberammergau .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Drama -- Drama.,
  • Oberammergau passion-play.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOberammergau passion play, 1990
    Statementwritten in 1811/15 by Father Othmar Weis on the basis of old texts ; rev. in 1860/70 by Joseph Alois Daisenberger ; further rev. and pub. by the Village of Oberammergau for 1990.
    GenreDrama
    ContributionsWeis, Othmar., Daisenberger, J. A. 1799-1883., Dedler, Rochus, 1779-1822., Papst, Eugen., Oberammergau (Germany)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination125 p. ;
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19138030M

    During the Thirty Years War Oberammergau was afflicted with bubonic plague, along with the rest of the continent, and as the town's population dwindled, the local government vowed that they would perform the 'Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ' every ten years if God was to spare them any further affliction.   It came in the middle of the 30 Years’ War – after months of suffering, and death, from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath to God that, on the promise that he would spare them from the spreading plague epidemic, they would perform the “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ”.

    Devastated by the plague in , the people of Oberammergau swore an oath that if they were spared, they would perform the "Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The history of the Oberammergau Passion Play begins in During the Thirty Years’ War, after much suffering and many deaths caused by the plague, the surviving population of Oberammergau vowed that they would perform the “play of the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ” every ten years if they were spared from.

    The Oberammergau play of the suffering, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Medjugorje - Oberammergau Passion Play. This pilgrimage tour will start from Medjugorje, from the visit to Gospa, the Queen of Peace to Germany, Oberammergau, to watch the „Play of the Suffering, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ“!From a small village in Bosnia and Herzegovina where Our Lady has been appearing since to a small village in Bavaria in Germany where local.


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As the plague spread across Europe inthe villagers of Oberammergau vowed that should they be spared, they would put on a ‘Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ’. After the vow was made, no one died from the plague. A play of life and death, promised in a moment of mortal threat - so began the history of the Oberammergau Passion Play in In the middle of the Thirty Years War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath that they would perform the "Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ" every ten years.

The Oberammergau Passion Play is performed in the Bavarian town of Oberammergau, Germany. The Passion Play is performed every 10 years. The inhabitants of the village act in the play telling the story of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Roles are often passed down from one generation to the next.

In the small village of Oberammergau alone there were 80 deaths. During this time of suffering the citizens of Oberammergau made a sacred pledge that every 10 years they would perform a “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ” if.

In the Oberammergau villagers promised to perform the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ every tenth year, in so far as no one was to die of the plague anymore. The villagers were answered by God and therefore in the first Passion Play. During the 17th century, Oberammergau, like much of Europe, was afflicted with the 'Black Death'.

As the town's population dwindled, the local government vowed they would perform the 'Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ' every ten years if God spared them from the plague ravaging the region.

In the middle of the Thirty Years War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath that they would perform the “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ” every ten years. The people of Oberammergau prayed to God for deliverance and protection, and in return pledged to perform “a play about the suffering, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ” once every ten years.

Sincethe most famous Passion Play in the world has taken place in Oberammergau. Passion Play Postponed. In the middle of the Thirty Years War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath that they would perform the.

17th Play year. Oberammergau again receives the privilege to act out the passion story. The play was now called “History of the Suffering and Death of Jesus Christ”. The Napoleon Wars reduce the visitors’ numbers to 3, and leave a deficit of guilders in the community cash registry.

Get this from a library. The Oberammergau play of the suffering, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. [Othmar Weis; J A Daisenberger; Rochus Dedler; Eugen Papst; Oberammergau. They pledged that if He did, their entire village would honor Him through the performance of a play that told of “the suffering, death, and resurrection of [their] Lord Jesus Christ.” They also promised to repeat it— forever.

And God answered their prayers. THE HISTORY The time is in the middle of the Thirty Years War, and the villagers of Oberammergau, after months of suffering and death from the plague, vowed to put on the ‘Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ’ every ten years.

THE HISTORY. The time is in the middle of the Thirty Years War, and the villagers of Oberammergau, after months of suffering and death from the plague, vowed to put on the ‘Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ’ every ten years. The famous Oberammergau Passion Play draws half a million people once a decade to watch small German village perform the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

In the midst of the horror of the Thirty Years’ War in the 17 th century, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the residents of Oberammergau made a solemn vow that they would perform a “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ” every ten years if God would spare them from any more deaths.

A play of life and death, promised in a moment of mortal threat – so began the history of the Oberammergau Passion Play in In the middle of the Thirty Years War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath that they would perform the “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord 5/5(1).

A play of life and death, promised in a moment of mortal threat – so the history of the Oberammergau Passion Play began in In the middle of the Thirty Years’ War, after months of suffering and death from the plague, the Oberammergauers swore an oath that they would perform the ‘Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our.

Entitled “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ”, the passion play was first performed at Pentecost on a stage that was built above the fresh graves of.Passion Play Theatre The Passion Play Theatre has a long tradition, but it wasn’t always the venue of the Passion Play.

The first performance of the “play of the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ” was performed in at the cemetery next to the parish church – on the fresh graves of the plague victims and on nothing more than a simple wooden construction.