Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre celebrates Palm Sunday, urges to keep faith in Jesus

The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, recently took to his social media to share the greetings of palm Sunday.

The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, recently took to his social media to share the greetings of palm Sunday. He greeted the people of Saint Lucia on April 2, 2023. He also shared an image of himself posing next to a giant cross. The cross is considered a revered sign of the faith of Christianity.

As per historical sources on the internet, Palm Sunday is a religious celebration that falls on the Sunday before Easter. The feast commemorates Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem. Christian Communities across the globe celebrate the occasion with great enthusiasm.


The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia shared that as the people celebrate the occasion of Palm Sunday, the people remember the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. As per the historical sources, The crowds welcomed Christ with open arms. They are waving palm branches and shouting, “Hosanna!” PM Pierre believes that It was a moment of great joy and celebration.

Meanwhile, he reminded the people of his country that the journey of Jesus Christ ended on the cross, where he suffered and died so we may live. He added that the celebration of Palm Sunday reminds us that our journey as Christians will have trials and tribulations, just as Jesus did. However, we will overcome only through Him.

Prime Minister Philip J Pierre urged the people of Saint Lucia to use this Palm Sunday to renew our commitment to walk with Jesus through the highs and lows of life. He further urged them to trust in his unfailing love and grace.

Meanwhile, several social media users and residents of Saint Lucia took to the comment section of the Prime Minister’s post to extend their greetings to the Prime Minister on the momentous occasion of Palm Sunday. They urged him to continue working hard for the benefit and upliftment of the people of Saint Lucia.

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