this video: youtube.com/watch?v=cZ5aYoSr3Hg.
Ok, it wasn’t the second time. The first time I watched it, I watched it about a dozen times within a few days.
And after watching it this time, my favourite parts are:
*]It took only 10 seconds (1:02 - 1:12) for someone to kneel. Given that such an event is rare in the public square, it would definitely take some time for someone to know what’s going on to be present.
*]Near the end, when the narrator is reminding us who He is, everyone starts clapping. This was started at the 6:10 mark, “The Pharisees couldn’t confuse Him.” It’s quite telling who He is when everyone recognizes that He is all of those things that were mentioned.
Here’s an original thread from June of last year: forum.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=574584.
Oh ya… that young woman that was on her knees within seconds: crossed herself as the Lord was raised, stayed kneeling until after the exposition was complete, and helped an elderly lady pick up a dropped object before accepting the woman’s gratitude and (I’m sure) her happiness to see youth participating. God bless you!