A worshipper prays during Good Friday Mass in Islamabad, Pakistan.
March 29, 2013 Pope Francis recites the story of Jesus' last hours; Anglican bishops shine the shoes of passers-by and an ancient practice in the Philippines recreates the crucifixion.
Christian pilgrims carried wooden crosses along the Via Dolorosa during the Good Friday procession in Jerusalem's old city today (April 22, 2011).
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April 22, 2011 In Jerusalem, thousands of pilgrims have walked the Via Dolorosa — "way of suffering" — that Christ followed to his crucifixion. And around the world, Christians are preparing for Easter Sunday, which marks the resurrection.
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