Today, we celebrate Good Friday, the day the Christ suffered his Passion, was condemned and crucified. It is a most important day for Christians, as well as a day of mourning and self-reflection. Christians fast and seek silence and calm in order to pray. For this reason, we will not be publishing any articles today and tomorrow, in order also take part in our own way to this time of silence and peace. We will be back on Easter Sunday, rejoicing in the resurrection of Christ!
As a result of the current epidemic, we call on you all wherever you are, dear readers, to remain in your homes, to avoid gatherings and unnecessary journeys on this quite unique festival of Easter. Take care of each other!
In the meantime, we can discover, or rediscover, the third part of Ferenc Liszt’s oratorio on the life of Jesus Christ (also known as “Passion and Resurrection”).