Good Friday holiday and celebration

Good Friday holiday and celebration 

Around the world all catholic around in the United State of America and in the world are celebrating Good Friday Holiday on April 10, 2020.

When is Good Friday?

This year Good Friday 2020 is occurring on Friday , 10 April in 2020.

Many Christians around the world observe a good Friday holiday on the Friday before Easter Sunday. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s Passion, crucifixion, and death, which is described in the Christian Bible. It is the day after Maundy Thursday.

What to do on Good Friday?

This is an observance that involves catholic fasting and praying. Many church services are held in the afternoon, usually around noon or midday to 3pm. This time reminds us when Jesus hung on the cross and was killed brutally. Many churches also observe the day by re-enacting the procession of the cross as in the ritual of the Stations of the Cross, which depicts the last hours of Jesus’ life.

It is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday before Easter Sunday, and may coincide with the Jewish observance of Passover.

Good Friday Celebration in America

Good Friday is one of the holy days of the year, so it is necessary to appreciate and celebrate the joy of Easter.  Jesus Christ chose to endure the suffering of the cross as he knew it would lead to his resurrection and the people’s salvation.

There are many popular Easter traditions, like giving chocolate eggs. Good Friday, it is tradition to eat fish and not meat.

Good Friday celebration in different Countries

Many people in different countries celebrate the anniversary of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion, and death on the Friday before Easter Sunday.  This is an observance that involves people fasting and praying. Processions are held in many countries such as India, Italy, Malta, the Philippines, and Spain.

Why is it called Good Friday? However Jesus Christ’s crucifixion, and death was on Good Friday

The ‘Good’ in Good Friday comes from old English when Good meant Holy. So you could call Good Friday, ‘Holy Friday’. According to the Bible, the son of God was flogged, ordered to carry the cross on which he would be crucified and then put to death.

However, many see the term ‘Good Friday’ as proper, because the suffering and death of Jesus marked God’s plan to save his people from their sins. For Christians, it is the most sorrowful, somber and sacred day of the year. It is also referred to as Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday, or Easter Friday.

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