It was in Jerusalem.
festival of booths, the passover
They believe that Jesus was crucified during Passover.
During the festival of the passover all the Jews came to Jerusalem to celebrate the feast, and it was very crowded indeed.
Passover has always been celebrated in the Spring - there is a Biblical commendment to have the Passover feast in the springtime. It usually falls sometime in April, but is sometimes in late March as well.
Roman Catholics believe he was in the upper room celebrating the Passover with his apostles.
Burnt offerings and it occured during religious times like the passover.
The main festival at Jesus time was the passover.
Yeshua (Jesus) celebrated 3 Passover Seders during his ministry. Passover occurs on Nisan 14 which is the first month of the Biblical Calendar.
Yes that was the custom; on Passover Day one prisoner would have to be released. Pilate wanted Jesus to be free, but the crowd wanted Barabbas free, and he was set free at the cost of Jesus.
The Passover is held every year. If you mean the year when Jesus died, that is regarded by many to be 33 AD and the Passover that year was on Thursday April 2nd.
because it was the time of the Jewish Passover and he came to celebrate the Passover in Jerusalem
Passover is not a time of fasting, so Jewish people can eat during the middle of the day during Passover.
He promised to send the Holy Spirit.
The passover was a feast of the Jews ,in remembeaence of the time they were freed from slavery in Egypt.
There is no tradition of lighting candles during Passover. The only time candles would be lit during Passover is for Shabbat (The Sabbath).