Denver, Colo., Apr 7, 2023 / 04:00 am
Good Friday is considered for many one of the holiest days of the liturgical year. Part of the Triduum, Good Friday is the day the Church turns its attention to the cross on Calvary. It is the somber day Jesus Christ was crucified.
Catholic churches everywhere can be seen with a bare altar and with the door of the empty tabernacle open. As the Church mourns, Catholics are also called to solemnly observe this holy day.
Here are some ways you can solemnly celebrate Good Friday:
Attend the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at your local parish.