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  1. #1
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    Happy Greek Easter

    Happy Greek Easter.

    He has risen.

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    Does the Greek Orthodox Church celebrate Easter on a different date?
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    Never mind, I looked it up

    It is interesting that the Greek Orthodox did not change to the Gregorian calendar since it was for so long part of the RCC (I think I have this straight).

    It is also interesting that the Jewish traditional lamb is the main food symbolizing the slaughter of the lamb of Passover as well as of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.

    Anyway, happy Greek Easter. He has risen indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvaclover View Post
    Happy Greek Easter.

    He has risen.
    He is risen, indeed!
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    Happy Easter

    The Greek Orthodox Church is 2 blocks from us. The Greek festival is in May. Something we always attend. Opah (sp)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Never mind, I looked it up

    It is interesting that the Greek Orthodox did not change to the Gregorian calendar since it was for so long part of the RCC (I think I have this straight).

    It is also interesting that the Jewish traditional lamb is the main food symbolizing the slaughter of the lamb of Passover as well as of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.

    Anyway, happy Greek Easter. He has risen indeed.
    Thanks Robin.
    Wish you notihng but the best in your new position.

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