Eastertide


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the Easter season

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If Lent is about fasting, perhaps Eastertide might be about feasting.
You will invite them to a simple meal, as once again you invite us to the joy of our Eastertide.
Easter is followed by fifty-day period called Eastertide or the Easter Season, ending with Pentecost Sunday.
Ecumenical Eastertide Service arranged by the Churches in Lemington.
In the Vietnam War, American forces demolished the Vietcong as an effective opponent after the 1968 Tet offensive and defeated the North Vietnamese Army in the 1972 Eastertide offensive.
A NORTON Eastertide custom involved the village men taking off the women's shoes on Easter Sunday.
Reginald Fuller had heard me tell a couple of stories and asked me to tell the Emmaus appearance story for a service during Eastertide.
By the time you read this, the triduum will be replaced by the Easter season, otherwise called Eastertide or Paschal time.
It's the eve of Khodr's Eastertide concert in Beirut, a tradition going back five years.
At Eastertide we think about the suffering of Jesus on his way to Calvary, his death on the cross and his resurrection to new life.
Yet the Triduum is related intimately and integrally to the seasons that flank it on either side: Lent and Eastertide.
It must be said that the work is also often heard at Eastertide, and selections containing resurrection themes included in Easter services.
2) However, subsequent historical developments allowed the minimalist ecclesiastical requirement of one annual communion at Eastertide to remain normative for most Catholics.
The cherry trees are "wearing white for Eastertide.