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Hundreds turned out for the annual “Way of the Cross” procession over the Brooklyn Bridge on Friday — Good Friday, to Christmas.

The day commemorates Christ’s crucifixion, whereas Easter Sunday marks Jesus’s resurrection from the dead — a central belief of Christian faith.

And if you want to check out an Easter Egg hunt, head for the Greenpoint Reformed Church [136 Milton St. at Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint (718) 383-5941], 12:15 pm

Updated 9:09 am, April 24, 2011
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Reasonable discourse

that dude from park slope says:
eww
April 24, 2011, 10:51 am
Gary from Gowanus says:
Nothing beats marching down the street holding an instrument of tortuous death. Always puts a spring in my step.
From an interview with the Bishop of Bruges: "Sex with the first nephew, he said, started as “a game” when the boy was 5 and lasted 13 years. “I had the strong impression that my nephew didn’t mind at all,” 74-year-old Roger Vangheluwe said, smiling. “On the contrary. It was not brutal sex. I never used bodily, physical violence.” He said he abused the second boy for “merely over a year.” He did not think any of this made him a pedophile.
April 24, 2011, 11:53 am
Lane from Park Slope says:
Why did they let a black guy hold the cross - is that really the kind of message the church wants to send?
April 28, 2011, 6:07 am
catherine from coney says:
so what a colored man is carrying the cross lane ur predijice garry they are reenacting an easter tradition in honor of jesus and a holiday why is it everyone bashes catholics i dont condone pedifiles but it happens in other religions but u dont mention those incidents
April 28, 2011, 10:20 pm

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