Easter, the Sunday of the Resurrection, or Resurrection Day, is the most important feast of the Christian Litergical
Year, observe at some point between late March and late April each year (early April to early May in Eastern Christianity).
It celebrates the ressurection of Jesus, which is followers believe occurred on the third day after his death by crucifixion
some time in the period AD 27 to AD 33.
Easter also refers to the season of the church year, lasting for fifty days, from Easter Sunday through Pentacost;
and in the Roman Catholic Church, to the eight-day feast beginning on Easter Day called the Octave of Easter.
Good Friday is the Frida before Easter or Pascha. It commeroated the crucifixion of Jesus at Cavalry. It is a holy day
observed by most Christian religions. Special prayer services are often held on this day with readings from the Gospel, giving
accounts of the events leading up to the crucifixion. Mainstream Christian churches view Christ's crucifixion as a voluntary
and vicarious act, and one by which, along with resurrection on the third day, death itself was conquered.