Good Friday Traditions  

Good Friday Traditions

Good Friday always falls on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Christians all over the world honor the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on this day. The traditions of Good Friday are different in different parts of the world, but they all have to do with the crucifixion of Christ. More...

 

When Is Good Friday ?

When Is Good Friday ?

Good Friday, a holy but solemn day, observed by the Christian community, commemorates the crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus Christ. The last Friday before Easter celebrations is called Good Friday and the dates are not constant every year. It occurs between March 20 and April 23 and is the pinnacle of the Holy week for the Christians. More...

What Is The Significance Of Good Friday ?

What Is The Significance Of Good Friday ?

Good Friday commemorates the sacrifices of Jesus Christ and his crucifixion, death and burial in the year 33 A.D. It is believed that, when Jesus was born, it was night time but it became as bright as day. However, when He was crucified, it was 3 PM, but it became as dark as night. Jesus voluntarily submitted himself for crucifixion and said: "No one takes my life, I lay it down myself.” More...

Why Is Good Friday Called Good Friday ?

Why Is Good Friday Called Good Friday ?

The Friday that falls before the Easter celebrations is called Good Friday. This holy day follows Maundy Thursday. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Christ, and His death and burial. It sounds paradoxical that though Good Friday is a remembrance of death it is called “Good” for various reasons. More...

 

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What Happened On Good Friday ?       Good Friday is a holy day for Christians in remembrance of the arrest of Jesus Christ, his trial, his crucifixion followed by death as well as burial. Though the event is in remembrance of His death, it is still called “Good” Friday because of what He was able to achieve through life and death. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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