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  • Easter Tide —    The weeks following Easter Day and reaching to Ascension Day are so called. They commemorate the forty days our Lord spent on earth after His Resurrection, commonly called The Great Forty Days (which see) …   American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Easter — This article is about the Christian Festival. For secular uses, see Easter customs and Ēostre. For other uses, see Easter (disambiguation). Easter Resurrected Jesus and Mary Magdalene, by Antonio da Correggio, 1543 …   Wikipedia

  • Easter Monday — Two boys enjoy treats during the annual Easter egg roll at the White House lawn on Easter Monday, 1911 …   Wikipedia

  • Easter bonnet — An Easter Bonnet An Easter Bonnet represents the tail end of a tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter,[1] in harmony with the renewal of the year and the promise of spiritual renewal and redemption. The Easter bonnet was fixed in popular… …   Wikipedia

  • Tide (time) — A tide is an obsolete or archaic term for time, period or season, such as Yuletide, eventide, shrovetide, Eastertide, noontide, etc.The term tide has cognates in other Germanic languages, including Dutch ( tijd ) and German ( Zeit ). In German,… …   Wikipedia

  • Easter — Synonyms and related words: Advent, Allhallowmas, Allhallows, Allhallowtide, Annunciation, Annunciation Day, Ascension Day, Ash Wednesday, Candlemas, Candlemas Day, Carnival, Christmas, Corpus Christi, Easter Monday, Easter Saturday, Easter… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Paschal Tide — • The fifty days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Paschal Tide     Paschal Tide     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Paschal Tide — is a Western Christian term for the fifty days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost. In Eastern Christianity, this period is referred to as the Pentecostarion.Liturgical aspectsThis tide was called by the older liturgists Quinquagesima paschalis or… …   Wikipedia

  • Reform of the date of Easter — has been proposed several times because the current system for determining the date of Easter is seen as presenting two significant problems: Its date varies from year to year (by the Western system of calculation, it can fall on any of 35… …   Wikipedia

  • Octave of Easter — Andrea del Verrocchio s sculpture of the incredulity of St. Thomas. The term Octave of Easter may refer either to the eight day period (Octave) from Easter Sunday until the Sunday following Easter, inclusive; or it may refer only to that Sunday… …   Wikipedia

  • Salzburg Easter Festival — The Salzburg Easter Festival (German: Osterfestspiele Salzburg) is an annual festival of opera and classical music held in Salzburg, Austria during Easter week. Herbert von Karajan founded this festival in 1967 as a means of expanding the… …   Wikipedia