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What is Good Friday?

Good Friday is a Christian holiday

Good Friday is Friday before Easter, and the day before is white Thursday. On this day, church services commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus. The bells do not ring before commencement of the service, as a sign of mourning. Good Friday is well named because the Christians believe that Christ's voluntary death meant that God cared about human suffering and took it upon himself. Professed Roman Catholics do not eat meat on this day.

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