Good Friday – How was it remembered in Tudor times?

| April 3, 2015

Good Friday – How was it remembered in Tudor times?

On Good Friday in the sixteenth century, people would attend a church ceremony known as “Creeping to the Cross”. Jesus Christ’s suffering and crucifixion, and what it meant, were commemorated by the clergy getting down on their hands and knees and creeping up to a crucifix held up before the altar. This “creeping” would culminate […]