Good Friday (also known as Holy Week) is seen on the Friday before Easter on the Sunday before Easter.
Many countries celebrate this day on Fridays before Easter. The day of the memory of Jesus Christ.
Some countries are committed to the Orthodox calendar, where it can be celebrated on Friday.
What is Good Friday?
Good Friday In the special services of Good Friday, Christians reflect the suffering and death of Jesus on the cross, and this indicates what they mean by their faith.
In some countries, Friday special operations or steel operations can be repeated.
Why Is It Called Good Friday?
At first glance, today it seems a strange name, which indicates a terrible event like the crucifixion of Christ. But if we look at the origin of the name, it becomes clear ... or it will be acceptable. In the current form, you can choose one of the following options:
Some say that "good" was used as a characteristic of the "ancient" sign, which means old English.
Others believe that this is due to the falsification of the word "God" and that "goodbye" comes from the phrase "God is with you". Therefore, the name can be derived from the Friday of God.
Of course, most Christians see this day as a good thing, because the Easter message is the sin of Jesus, the death and victory of Satan. In fact, the New Testament, also known as the Greek Bible for the good news.
It should also be borne in mind that the confusion of the name is limited primarily to Christians in Western Europe and North America. Orthodox Christians in the east are called "Good Friday." Throughout the world, Good Friday has been known in most Latin American countries as the "Good Friday" of the Slavic peoples, "melancholy" in Germany and long-term coma in Norway.
Dates for Good Friday from 2019 to 2023
- Good Friday 2019 - April 19, 2020 - Friday
- Good Friday 2020 - April 10, 2020 - Friday
- Good Friday 2021 - April 2, 2021 - Friday
- Good Friday 2022 - April 15, 2022 - Friday
- Good Friday 2022 - April 7, 2023 - Friday