Good friday 2019

The celebration of the good friday 2019 is near and it is expected for you to know everything about the Easter day customs. You cannot celebrate the Easter to the fullest if you do not even know how you are celebrating it. If just like other people this is your dilemma, then this article is here to help you with knowing everything about the Easter day and the entire Easter week.

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For Christians and Catholics alike, Easter Day is one of the most important days of their year. It is the day when they celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after he was crucified to save humanity. Most churches all over the world celebrate the Easter Day on the midnight or just seconds after beginning the day. Candles are one of the main parts of the celebration. They help the Christians and Catholic remember the lightness that Jesus has given to the world when he eliminated the darkness from it.

 

There are some churches that start the celebration in a service during the darkness. Afterwards, twelve candles are lit one by one and then these candles are used to light other candles around the church. For each lit of a candle, the priest will state “Christ has risen” and the rest of the people or audience within the church responds “He has risen indeed.” Countries like Greece even make use of fireworks to make the celebration a lot more alive.

 

Churches are also filled with various flowers during Easter day. These flowers represent a new life. Passion flowers and lilies are the most common kinds of flowers during the celebration. Priests, who lead the Church services, wear their brightest robes. Some churches display a model of the tomb that Christ was put into during Good Friday 2018. During Easter Day, this tomb will be rolled away.

 

These are some of the most common Easter day customs all over the world. Make sure to bear in mind these customs for you to be able to maximize your celebration especially on the upcoming good friday 2019.

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