Important points to remember on Christianity

The birth place of Jesus Christ is Bethlehum. Its present day location is in West Bank in Palestine.
The forty days period of fasting before Good Friday is called Lent.
Good Friday is the day of Jesus Christ death while Easter, the Sunday which follows Good Friday is the day of his resurrection.
Judas Iscariot was, according to the New Testament, one of the twelve original apostles of Jesus, and the one who betrayed him.
The first Christian saint to visit India was St Thomas in 52 A.D.
The country with the highest number of Christians in the world is the United States of America.
The first authorized version of the Bible also known as King James’ version was published in 1611.
The Ten Commandments were brought to the people from God by Moses
Gregorian Calendar (Christian Era) came into being from 1582. Introduced by Pope Gregory XIII to provide corrections in the Julian Calendar.
Pope, the head of Roman Catholic Church resides in Vatican City, a landlocked country in Italy, also the smallest country in the world.
All Saints Day is the day for all saints who have no special day of their own. It is celebrated on 1 Nov every year. It is immediately followed by All Souls Day on 2 Nov.