Discussion in 'Open Chat' started by Tom, Mar 25, 2005.
Today is Good Friday. Ponder that for a while today! :worthy:
Definition and etymology. Good Friday, called Feria VI in Parasceve in the Roman Missal, he hagia kai megale paraskeue (the Holy and Great Friday) in the Greek Liturgy, Holy Friday in Romance Languages, Charfreitag (Sorrowful Friday) in German, is the English designation of Friday in Holy Week -- that is, the Friday on which the Church keeps the anniversary of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Good Friday meant a house full of anklebiters, 'princesses' and stroppy teens waiting for easter eggs. Ah, commercialism and Mamom - did any of them know what Easter was meant to celebrate? Yes/No/We don't have it in my religion but where's my egg?!
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