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Observing Good Friday

Good Friday is the part of the Holy Week that commemorates the death of Jesus Christ on the cross. It is held on the Friday that comes before Easter Sunday. It is a holiday observed by Christians all over the world, and is a very important aspect of the Christian faith. It is because of the events that have transpired on this day that the cross has become the central symbol of Christianity. When Jesus Christ died on the cross after being condemned and crucified, Christians believe that He saved mankind from sins. This is why, the cross is the ultimate symbol of Jesus’s death as well as the salvation of all people. Ever since Good Friday has been established as part of Christian faith, Christian all over the world observe this occasion through prayers and rituals. They see it as a time for reflection about their faith and relationship with the Lord. Below, you will find the most common rituals done during this part of the Holy Week.

Cover all the crosses and religious statues or photographs that you have in your home. Extinguish all candles as well. This is to symbolize the act of mourning for the death of Jesus Christ on the cross.

Go to church and attend the Good Friday mass. Most churches in Catholic countries reenact the Passion of Christ during this day. It is usually held during the middle of the afternoon or late afternoon. However, in some churches the reenactment is held during Palm Sunday. It’s best to inquire about the Good Friday services in the church in your vicinity so you know the schedule of the programs.

Take the Holy Communion. Holy Communion is given at the Catholic church every mass celebration. It is also given during Good Friday. However, you must keep in mind that only those who have been baptized under the Catholic church and have made their First Communion are allowed to receive the Holy Communion.

Participate in the Stations of the Cross. The Stations of the Cross is a Catholic tradition, usually held during the Good Friday service. In this ritual, paintings or sculptures are used to depict the scenes of Jesus’s trials and hardships beginning from the time that he was betrayed up to the time that he was crucified and he had died. Prayers are recited and hymns are sung for every Station of the Cross.

Practice fasting. On Good Friday, some Catholics practice the act of fasting. They do not eat heavy meals during the day as a form of sacrifice for God. Some, meanwhile, abstain on eating meat and opt only for seafood and vegetable dishes. This is to honor and commemorate the time when Christ did not eat for 40 days in the desert.

Engage in charitable works. While you don’t have to wait for Good Friday to be kind to others, this day is especially dedicated for helping other people, the way Jesus Christ wants His people to do.

Remind yourself of the goodness of the Lord and sacrifices of Jesus Christ for everyone by practicing the rituals of Good Friday. To ensure that you don’t forget about it, post a free Good Friday wallpaper on your computer desktop.

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