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Good Friday Quiz

What is Lent?


The name Lent comes from the Middle English "Lenten," which means, "spring." It signifies a season of fasting and preparation for baptism on Easter Sunday.


What is Palm Sunday?


Palm Sunday is the sixth and final Sunday of Lent. In many churches, it is the beginning of the Holy Week, a week of observances leading up to Easter Sunday.


What is Ash Wednesday?


Ash Wednesday is a day of fasting that gets its name from the practice of sprinkling ashes over those engaging in the fast of Lent.


What is Maundy Thursday?


Maundy Thursday have come from the Latin word "mandatum," meaning "commandment," as in the Biblical words of Jesus.


What is Good Friday?


The Friday before Easter is the most solemn day for Christians - it is the day on which Jesus Christ died on the cross.


Why it is called as good Friday?


Christians believe the day is "good" because the message of Easter is of Christ's victory over sin, death, and the devil


What are the Great Fifty Days?


Contrary to what many people think, Easter is not a single day. It is actually a season that begins on Easter Sunday and continues for seven full weeks. This 7-week cycle is known historically as the Great Fifty Days or the Week of Weeks.

2 comments:

  1. Well I got most of those wrong - I was trying to explain to a friend what lent was the other day, and i thought it was something to do with unleavened bread. Is that incorrect?

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  2. @KelvinIt is correct, both Lent and Unleavened bread are co-related.

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