Today is significant because Good Friday coincides with the Feast of the Annunciation.
“Traditionally the conjunction of the two dates was considered to be both deliberate and profoundly meaningful. The date of the feast of the Annunciation was chosen to match the supposed historical date of the Crucifixion, as deduced from the Gospels, in order to underline the idea that Christ came into the world on the same day that he left it: his life formed a perfect circle. March 25 was both the first and the last day of his earthly life, the beginning and the completion of his work on earth.”
Read the article for more.
This won’t happen again until 2157. Looks like we’ve made history!
~Damsel of the Faith