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Good Friday Images You Can Share With Your Friends And Family

Good Friday marks the day Jesus Christ was crucified and followers mourn the day of his departure. Good Friday images to convey the message to closed ones.

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Good Friday this year falls on April 10, 2020 in India. The day which commemorates Jesus’ death on the cross can be observed from home due to the lockdown across the country. Good Friday calls upon mourning the departure of the Jesus, his passion, ideas and finally his life. It is celebrated a week before Easter Sunday, the day he rises again, and masses indulge in offering silent prayers to the almighty. Although in lockdown, people can still convey their mourning and prayers and express the same to their loved ones in the form of images. Below are some Good Friday images that you can send to your loved ones-

Some Good Friday images to share with close ones

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Here are some Good Friday Jesus images doing the rounds on the internet

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