Kepri, Indinesia -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/17/2012 -- Take Me Holidays continues to excite their readers by releasing dates for the Holy Week 2013 .
This endeavor should prepare many people in planning their activities and book their trips earlier to make the best of the occasion.
What is holy week 2013?
In Christianity, the Holy Week pertains to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
This event has been celebrated since the last half of the third and fourth century.
Christians all over the world have their own way of commemorating the most significant events in the life of Jesus Christ but usually, parades, holy masses, and other festive activities are held.
Countries like the Philippines, Panama and Puerto Rico, give emphasis to the Holy Week by declaring Maundy Thursday and Good Friday public holidays.
Business establishments are mostly closed including colleges, universities and most schools.
When is holy week 2013?
Next year’s Holy Week is observed starting from Sunday, March 24 through the following Sunday, March 31.
The following is the designated schedule for the 2013 Holy Week as per stated in http://www.takemeholidays.com/holy-week-2013/:
March 24 – Palm Sunday
March 25 – Holy Monday
March 26 – Holy Tuesday
March 27 – Holy Wednesday
March 28 – Maundy Thursday
March 29 – Good Friday
March 30 – Black Saturday
March 31 – Easter Sunday
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