On the fifth Sunday of Lent, all images of Christ are covered with purple matter. They are not discovered until Good Friday. Formerly in Great Britain this day was called "Care Sunday” albo „Carlin Sunday”. At that time, bean and pea pudding was eaten, which were considered food for the dead, and sprouts (hence the name "carlin" – sprout). According to an old fortune telling, who ate the last pea from the plate, the former had a chance of getting married.