Guests to Rome this Easter can have a unique encounter --- climbing the first stairs that Jesus is said to have strolled on while on his way up to be made a decision by Pontius Pilate before his execution. The Holy Stairs - referred to in Latin as Scala Sancta - have been secured with wooden boards for a long time, however for the following two months, their unique marble is uncovered after a broad reclamation venture.

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Drops of Jesus' blood that are said to have fallen on the means are set apart by medieval crosses in three places on the stairs. Travelers stop to kiss and contact them as they advance up the 28 marble ventures on their knees. Father Francesco Guerra, Rector of the Holy Stairs, said, "the Gospel of John relates that Jesus went up these stairs a few times". 

In spite of the fact that there is no composed documentation, custom has it that Emperor Constantine's Mother, Helen, an eager gatherer of relics of Jesus in the fourth century, had the stairs brought over from Jerusalem. Guerra said, "we know for sure that St. Helen transported the nails used to kill Jesus and a bit of his cross, to a congregation close here".

The rebuilding additionally turned up an amazing revelation: profound furrows in the marble brought about by hundreds of years of mileage from the knees and feet of travelers.

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Guerra included, "up until a couple of days back, it was unimaginable to expect to see this on the grounds that the stairs were secured for a long time by walnut boards". Candid Scherra, a US fighter positioned in Germany who climbed the stairs with his 6 kids called the experience "precious".

"It gave personal time to reflect and consider individuals that affected my confidence and my family", he stated, "and those that I know are in paradise or attempting to arrive. It was an opportunity to appeal to God for them".

Others have described accounts of changes and profoundly enthusiastic encounters from their trip. At the highest point of the stairs is a room called the Holy of Holies.

It was before a private church of Popes and it contains relics of holy people and one of the most seasoned symbols of Jesus found in Rome, dating to the fifth century. The stairs will before long be secured over again with wood to ensure the marble, however for the following couple of weeks guests to Rome can truly walk, or if nothing else stoop, on what are accepted to be the first strides of Jesus.