Tag: good friday

Remembering “Black Easter”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Many Americans probably recall the broad strokes of Abraham Lincoln’s 1865 assassination, Save Jerseyans, but few know that it happened, eerily, on Good Friday (which fell on April 14th that year). It’s remembered as Black Easter: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKur_VDUsX0

Google Honors Good Friday

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Have you seen today’s “Google Doodle” for Good Friday 2014, Save Jerseyans? Don’t adjust your monitors. That’s it. And it’s not exactly festive… Google has special logos lined up for every obscure, liberal hero, fringe holiday and South Read More

What’s So “Good” About This Friday?

Understanding the Political Implications of the Arrest, Crucifixion and Death of the King of Kings By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog *** Originally Posted April 5, 2012 *** There’s both a theological and political answer to this age-old question, Save Jerseyans, one which every Read More