This brotherhood is in charge of the procession of 'El Santo Entierro'
Year of Foundation
Founded in the 15th Century
The brotherhood’s objective is worshiping and venerating Our Lady under the title of the Rosary.
It was founded in the 15th Century after the Dominican Alain de la Roche preached in Compostela.
Since the time of King Fernando and Queen Isabel, all spanish monarchs have been honorary members of this brotherhood. Alfonso XIII carried its holy calvary in 1909.
This brotherhood is one of a limited number that have their own chapel and cemetery.
Church of San Domingos de Bonaval
Iglesia San Domingos de Bonaval - Costa de San Domingos de Bonaval - Porta do Camiño - Rúa Casas Reais - Praza Cervantes - Rúa Acibechería - Praza Inmaculada - Estación de Penitencia en la Catedral - Praza Praterías - Rúa Vilar - Praza Toural - Rúa Nova - Rúa Conga - Rúa Preguntoiro - Praza Cervantes - Rúa Casas Reais - Porta do Camiño - Costa San Domingos de Bonaval - Iglesia de San Domingos de Bonaval.
(In the event of rain, it will be held inside the church of San Domingos de Bonaval).
To Be Taken Into Account...
Procession featuring parish cross, band music with bugles and drums and the Municipal Music Band.
Its 150 members wear tailcoats.
The reclining Christ is the work of Pedro Taboada; the urn in which he is reclining was made by Tomás Fontenla and enlarged by Bonome in 1955; the “Virgen de los Cuchillos” is a 1960 statue by Castor Lata, clothed with a cape that was given to the brotherhood by Queen Isabel II.