Club CEOs and presidents reportedly made it clear to the AFL at a meeting on Monday they were keen to play football on a day that has traditionally been kept free of football.
The AFL, led by CEO Andrew Demetriou, has stood firm on not scheduling football on the day.
Ablett said there was no conflict between his faith and the move for games to be played on Good Friday.
"I'm happy to play whenever we're told we need to play to be honest. If that's a good thing for the club and a good thing for the AFL, I'm all for it," he said.
Every club, every Brownlow vote
Ablett was happy to discuss the importance of his faith when asked about its role in his life on Tuesday morning.
"My faith is everything to me. Without God I don't think anything is possible. I don't talk about it too much but my faith is important to me."
He said he was comfortable in talking about it publicly if asked and it had been a part of his life for a long time.
"I've been on a journey and it has been something that I am more open about than I have been in the past and I'm happy to chat about that,' Ablett said.
"All I need to say is that I think I'm very blessed to be in the position I am in. [I'm] also thankful to God for that and thankful I can be a role model for a lot of young kids growing up."
On Monday night, Ablett became the 14th player to win more than one Brownlow Medal when he polled 28 votes to defeat former teammate Joel Selwood by one vote.
He said Selwood had congratulated him and told him he deserved to win the award, which Ablett said showed Selwood's class.
On top of the Brownlow, Ablett has won the Players' Association MVP, been named All Australian and won Gold Coast's best and fairest in 2013.