What in Christianity is not related to "The Passion"?
In Christianity, "The Passion" (from Late Latin: "passionem" "suffering, enduring") is the short final period in the life of Jesus beginning with his triumphal entry into Jerusalem and ending with his crucifixion and his death on Good Friday.
It includes, among other events, the last supper, Jesus' agony in the garden, his arrest by the Sanhedrin priests, and his trial before Pontius Pilate. Those parts of the four Gospels that describe these events are known as the "Passion narratives". In some Christian communities, commemoration of the Passion also includes remembrance of the sorrow of Mary, the mother of Jesus, on the Friday of Sorrows.
The word passion has taken on a more general application and now may also apply to accounts of the suffering and death of Christian martyrs, sometimes using the Latin form "passio".
"The raising of Lazarus" or the resuscitation of Lazarus is a miracle of Jesus recounted only in the Gospel of John (John 11:1–44) in which Jesus brings Lazarus of Bethany back to life four days after his burial.