Paschal Triduum: a three-day celebration of the paschal mystery, which starts with the Mass of the Last Supper on Holy Thursday is a key element of celebrating the most important Christian Holiday, namely, Easter. The event that followed the Last Supper on Holy Thursday was Christ’s Agony in the Garden (an olive grove called Gethsemane), described by the evangelists: Matthew, Mark and Luke (Mt 26: 36-46; Mk 14: 32-46; Luke 22: 39-46). This is one of the most emotional episodes in the Gospel: here, just before being captured, the night before the Passion, Christ experiences moments of fear and loneliness (the disciples who were accompanying him fell asleep). The Saviour’s prayer expresses fear: he is terrified by the metaphorical “cup of bitterness” that he will have to drink on the day of the Passion (“O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me” – hence, representations of the Agony in the Garden depicted an angel holding a cup in front of Jesus). It was this tragic scene, revealing the Messiah’s fear of death and suffering, that was one of the most popular themes found on medieval epitaphs and in cemetery chapels.