Holy Week culminates in Resurrection Day, which celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after His crucifixion. It begins with Palm Sunday.
Palm Sunday Palm (or Passion) Sunday commemorates Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem prior to his crucifixion, where palm leaves and clothing were laid in his path.
Maundy (or Holy) Thursday This day commemorates the Last Supper, before Jesus’ crucifixion.
Good Friday For Christians, it is a day of mourning and penance. Good Friday marks the day Jesus died on the cross. Good Friday is celebrated the Friday before Easter Sunday. Many observe the day by fasting and attending church services. Celebrated since 100 AD as a day of fasting, Good Friday acquired significance as a Christian holy day in the late fourth century.
Resurrection Sunday (Easter) This holy day is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the first day of spring.