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On Good Friday Jesus died on the Cross, the sky got dark and the curtain in the Temple tore from top to bottom, symbolising the division between God and humanity being removed because of Jesus' sacrifice.


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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.

Good Friday 1943 was on Friday, April 23.

Good Friday 2012 was on Friday, April 6.

Good Friday 2013 was on Friday, March 29.

Good Friday falls on a Friday each year.

Good Friday 2009 was on Friday, April 10.

Good Friday 1955 was on Friday, April 8.

Good Friday 2014 was on Friday, April 18.

Good Friday 2012 was on Friday, April 6.

Good Friday 1968 was on Friday, April 12.

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