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Easter Sunday in the Catholic Church - Catholicism - About.com
What does the Catholic Church teach about Easter, the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead? Learn more about Easter, the greatest feast in the Catholic Church.
All About Easter in the Catholic Church - Catholicism - About.com
On Easter Sunday, in many Eastern Rite Catholic and Eastern Orthodox parishes , this homily by St. John Chrysostom is read. Saint John, one of the Eastern ...
When Was Easter 2013? - Catholicism - About.com
Easter 2013, the greatest feast day in the Christian 2013 calendar, celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. What is the date of Easter 2013? Answer: Easter ...
What Is Easter and Why Do Christians Celebrate? - Christianity
Easter is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches. Learn what Christians celebrate on Easter.
Orthodox Easter Customs and Foods - Christianity - About.com
Next comes Palm Sunday, one week before Easter, commemorating the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, followed by Holy Week, which ends on ...
Why Does the Date of Easter Change Every Year? - Christianity
Learn why the date of Easter changes every year, so that Easter Sunday can fall anywhere between March 22 and April 25.
When Is Easter 2014? - Date of Easter 2014 - Catholicism - About.com
Find the date of Easter 2014 and links to other Easter resources. ... Answer: Easter Sunday falls on April 20, 2014. For the date of Easter in other years, see ...
Calendar of Easter 2014 Dates - Christianity - About.com
In Western Christianity, Easter is always celebrated on the Sunday immediately following the Paschal Full Moon. I had previously, and somewhat erroneously ...
Divine Mercy Sunday - The Octave of Easter - Catholicism - About.com
Learn more about this history and devotions of Divine Mercy Sunday, celebrated on the Sunday after Easter.
Commemoration of Holy Saturday - Lent in Catholicism
Holy Saturday is the final day of Lent, of Holy Week, and of the Easter Triduum. Learn more about Holy Saturday.
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