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What Day Was Good Friday in 1950?

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Good Friday fell on Friday, April 7th in 1950. The religious holiday commemorates the crucifixion of the Messiah, Jesus Christ and his subsequent death on Calvary. The holiday is also known as Easter Friday, Holy Friday or Great Friday.
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