Eastern Orthodox Easter

Easter: They’re Celebrating on the first Sunday in May …. did they get caught in a time warp?
If you happen to see people dressed in Easter finery, headed off to church on Sunday, May 2nd, several  weeks after you thought Easter had passed, please don’t think they’ve lost their sense of time. There is a very significant group of Christians who belong to Eastern Orthodox churches who celebrate Easter later than most, in this case, May 2nd. The Eastern Orthodox Easter

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Charles is a Presbyterian minister, writer, editor, activist, publisher and public theologian.


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