martes, 4 de mayo de 2010


Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday. It is not a federal holiday in the United States of America. Some Easter traditions continue on the Easter Monday, such as the egg rolling race at the White House.
Egg rolling is a popular activity on Easter Monday.

Palm Sunday in the United States celebrates Jesus Christ’s entry into Jerusalem. It is also the Sunday before Easter Sunday.
Many Christians in the United States remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, which marks the beginning of Holy Week.

Easter Sunday is an important day in the Christian church calendar because it celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection, according to Christian belief.
It is also a time for decorating eggs or sharing chocolate eggs among friends and family.

Maundy Thursday, which is also known as Holy Thursday, is the day before Good Friday.
It commemorates Jesus Christ’s last supper and the initiation of Holy Communion (the Eucharist), observed in many Christian churches.

Good Friday commemorates Jesus Christ's crucifixion.
Good Friday occurs two days before Easter Sunday in the United States. It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion. It is not a federal holiday in the United States, although it is a state holiday in some states.

Holy Saturday is the day before Easter Sunday in the United States.
Many Christians in the United States attend an Easter vigil service on Holy Saturday. They remember Holy Saturday as the day when Jesus lay in his tomb. An Easter candle is lit in some homes, particularly among families who cannot attend the Easter vigil services.
Children decorate eggs with paint, crayon, water colors, stickers and other material. These eggs are often placed in Easter baskets.

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