The "Good Friday Procession" refers to a religious event that takes place on the Friday before Easter Sunday, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is a solemn and often elaborate procession that may include the carrying of crosses, statues, or other religious symbols, as well as prayers and hymns. The procession is a significant part of the Holy Week observances in many Christian traditions, including Catholicism and Anglicanism.

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