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a day of rest and worship: Sunday for most Christians

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Church bells rang on Walpurgis Night to disrupt witches' sabbaths, and the church orchestrated Good Friday processions at night, an attempt that was ultimately abandoned because of popular "excesses" perpetrated under cover of darkness.
Such meetings might then be reported as Witches' Sabbaths to the priest down in the valley, followed lay another witch trial.
Them will be something special about that race: the numerous skiers are all gaudily dressed witches, often with broomsticks, and apart from the race itself, you can attend a terrific Witches' Sabbath, with hundreds of witches dancing wildly around a bonfire.