Yes, on Sundays.
Yes, on Sundays.
Primarily, Christians worship in churches on Sundays.
Christians are buried so their bodies remain on earth but their souls can go to heaven.
Bakers were not allowed to bake bread on Sundays. They used their ovens to cook meat.
Only on Sundays, after the Christians have had their fill.
On a Sunday christians attend a church service, and meet each other and have fellowship after the service.
Because christians believe that Sunday was the day of rest and prayer so it's seen as a holy day and so that is the main day when christians have special services on Sundays.see link " How Sunday Became the Popular Day of Worship"
Sundays, as Sunday is a holy day for Christians as the day on which Jesus resurrected from the dead.
For Christians it begins on the 29th of November 4 Sundays before Christmas
The Christians, like many other Romans, buried their dead in the catacombs.
No they buried the dead.
All Orthodox christians go to church on Sundays.
Christians believe Jesus wasn't buried because he rose from the dead and then went to heaven to be with his father (God)
Usually in a coffin. There is no special way that a christian should be buried, the importance is in respecting the grief of their family and friends.
Romans buried their dead in the catacombs.
They buried it in soil, in the place known as Crematorium
They are called Catacombs
Yes. lent is the forty days before Easter Day (sarting on Ash Wednesday) not counting Sundays. Most Christians though still regard the Sundays as 'part' of Lent, althoughif you are fasting, or giving up something, Sundays don't actually count.
Though going to church does not save you, it is important to learn from the Bible and to have fellowship with other Christians so that you can grow spiritually.
It's the day of when Jesus was buried. Not only is the day of when he was raised up important to Christians, but when he was buried.
Most people who believe in the Christian faith are typically attending church on Sundays. However, Christians may also attend church throughout the week, depending on their denomination.
Sunday worship will never be for everyone. We know that for Jews the Sabbath can only be on Saturday. Muslims must perform their main worship on Fridays. Similarly, we can not expect Buddhists or Daoists to have a special worship day on Sundays, although the fact that Sundays are usually work-free days at least makes Sunday worship convenient. Atheists do not worship, so they would be exempt from any requirement to worship on Sundays.If we can not require non-Christians to worship on Sundays, why should we expect Christians, for whom Saturdays are the day of worship, to worship on Sundays?
because monday to Saturday is jam-packed with molesting kids