Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week on the ecclesiastical calendar. On Palm Sunday, Christians recount the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, when the Lord rode a borrowed donkey through the streets. As He passed, the crowd shouted, "Hosanna" and waved palm branches.
Less than a week later, having returned the borrowed donkey, Jesus' followers would place His body in a borrowed tomb. He needed the donkey for a few hours, and He needed the tomb for just a few days.