It's Good Friday.
And Passover begins tonight at sundown.
Enter Greg Garrison, longtime religion writer for the Birmingham News, with informative overviews of both religious holidays.
In one piece, Garrison asks, "If Jesus suffered and died, why is it called Good Friday?"
His other helpful primer explores this question: "What is Passover?"
Be sure to check out both articles.
Meanwhile, let's dive into the (Good) Friday Five:
1. Religion story of the week: Wednesday marks the 50th anniversary of the April 4, 1968, assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
In advance of that milestone, Religion News Service national reporter Adelle Banks has an extraordinary story focused on a 75-year-old Memphis, Tenn., sanitation worker who "drives five days a week to collect garbage, even as he spends much of the rest of his time as an associate minister of his Baptist congregation."
A somewhat related but mostly tangential question for the Associated Press Stylebook gurus: Why in the world doesn't Memphis (not to mention Nashville) stand alone in datelines?