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The History of Good Friday Good Friday is a religious holiday observed annually by Christians to remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It falls between March 20th and April 23rd each year. Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection following his crucifixion, always falls on the Sunday two days later. Good Friday is of particular importance in the Roman Catholic tradition, as devotees will fast or only eat small meals and perform prayers. Other traditions will also hold liturgical services. Strongly Catholic countries may even hold processions. In this WatchMojo.com video, we learn more about Good Friday.

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