Good Friday—a holiday in just 10 states—is celebrated by most Christian denominations, with fasting and somber worship services that often end in silence.
Anguish is a part of the Christian story, but the hope of Easter morning tells us it is only for a season.
The day in between Jesus’ death and resurrection stands at a pivotal juncture between despair and hope, fear and courage, death and new life.
The days of Holy Week can be reconciled by careful accounting of events and by recognizing alternative ways that ancients used to mark time.
The parallels between the original Good Friday and the modern version run deep. But they also bring a message of hope and salvation.
Notre Dame is, in many ways, much closer in the West’s cultural imagination to a Temple of Apollo than a home of the living God.
‘Zurbarán’s Jacob and His Twelve Sons,’ a current Frick exhibit, brings together for the first time in this country 13 monumental paintings of the biblical patriarch Jacob and his 12 sons.
How many Americans could spend a whole day without phone, iPad, computer, or television? What new habits or hobbies could we form sans technology?
Easter is about more than bunnies and baskets. Here’s how you can transcend the commercial, and spend more time reverently preparing for Easter Sunday.
Consider the value of Good Friday from the perspective of a liturgical calendar minimalist
It’s Holy Week, the rejuvenation of the Christian church year that culminates in Easter. This music will help frame your mind and soul accordingly.
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