Easter Day

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Noun1.Easter Day - the day (in March or April) on which the festival of Easter is celebratedEaster Day - the day (in March or April) on which the festival of Easter is celebrated
Christian holy day - a religious holiday for Christians
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The whole of this radiant Easter day I have spent out of doors, sitting at first among the windflowers and celandines, and then, later, walking with the babies to the Hirschwald, to see what the spring had been doing there; and the afternoon was so hot that we lay a long time on the turf, blinking up through the leafless branches of the silver birches at the soft, fat little white clouds floating motionless in the blue.
Top age-group Seven-year-olds have won the last three runnings and five of the last seven - Easter Day and Horizontal Speed are the two of that age.
As is annual custom, Francis was also to preside at Easter Vigil and Easter Day Masses at the Vatican April 4-5.
After fasting and sadness at last it is near, That glad Easter day when again we will hear, How Jesus our Saviour rose from the tomb, Brought joy to His people and shattered the gloom.
If by chance you go to church on the next Easter day, Chances are that you'll be passed by crowds on Boot Sale day.
Easter Day is currently calculated from solar and lunar calendars - meaning the date can move by more than a month.
A comprehensive security arrangements had prepared by Police in twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad to ensure complete security on Easter Day.
The Easter Day service will be led by Mrs Elaine Hale.
Durham Cathedral Choir has launched Choral Evensong for Easter Day contains two commissioned works.
His Easter Day heads the market at 5-1 fav with Hill after 21 horses stood their ground.
Lent is a solemn religious observance in the liturgical calendar of many Christian denominations that begins on Ash Wednesday and covers a period of approximately six weeks before Easter Day.
At dawn on that first Easter day, despair and grief was blown away by resurrection hope.