Good Friday

My friend Todd sent me this link today.

http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/04/18/why_is_good_friday_called_good_friday_the_etymology_and_origins_of_the_holiday.html

Whether we call this Holy Friday or Good Friday, today the Christian Church remembers the sacrifice that allows us truly to live.  Solemnity and sorrow mix with joy.  And because of this day, Easter comes soon.

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