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Orthodox Easter Celebrations

Easter Monday in United Kingdom Easter Monday occurs after Easter Sunday, which commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection, according to Christian belief. It is a bank holiday in England, Wales…

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Bread called Lagana, only to be eaten once a year, 40 days before Greek Orthodox Easter. That day is called Clean Monday or Pure Monday and people don't eat meat.

Bread called Lagana, only to be eaten once a year, 40 days before Greek Orthodox Easter (Pascha). That day is called Clean Monday or Pure Monday and people don't eat meat.

Ethiopian Orthodox worshippers attend the washing of the feet ceremony at the Ethiopian section of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalems Old City, ahead of Orthodox Easter.

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DRESSED IN WHITE: Ethiopian Orthodox worshipers attended a washing-of-the-feet ceremony at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem’s Old City Thursday. Sunday is Orthodox Easter.

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Pakistani Christian Orthodox girl attending an Orthodox Easter mass held at Saint Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Islamabad, Pakistan

Ethiopian Orthodox worshipers in Jerusalem's Old City. Beautiful photo.

Pictures of the Week: April 6 — April 13

April Ethiopian Orthodox worshipers pray during the Washing of the Feet ceremony in Jerusalem's Old City ahead of Orthodox Easter.

epa03630650 Revellers participate in the colourful flour-war during the celebrations of Ash Monday, which marks the end of the carnival and the start of the 40-days Lent until Orthodox Easter in the town of Galaxidi, Greece, 18 March 2013. EPA/FOTIS PLEGAS G.

Revellers participate in the colourful flour-war during the celebrations of Ash Monday, which marks the end of the carnival and the start of the Lent until Orthodox Easter in the town of Galaxidi, Greece, 18 March EPA/FOTIS PLEGAS G.

Ethiopian Orthodox worshipers attend the Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Ethiopian section of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City ahead of Orthodox Easter. (Reuters)

Ethiopian Orthodox worshipers attend the Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Ethiopian section of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City ahead of Orthodox Easter.

Cracking Your Red Easter Eggs and other Greek Orthodox Easter Traditions and Facts

Cracking Your Red Easter Eggs and other Greek Orthodox Easter Traditions and Facts

Beautiful red pasha easter eggs symbolize hope for the Orthodox celebration of Easter.

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