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Palm Sunday History, Symbolism, and Celebrations

Palm Sunday History, Symbolism, and Celebrations

In many Episcopal and Catholic denominations, worshipers carry palms in a procession of faith commemorating a special event that took place in the Bible. In some place, procuring palms is a challenge. The worshipers result to using a more readily available...

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Purim: What is Purim?

What is Purim Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays in Judaism.  It is a time to celebrate and commemorate the salvation the Jews received.  In ancient Persia the prime minister order the execution to kill every Jew in the empire.  His plot was "to destroy,...

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Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur is the holiest holiday in Judaism and only lasts twenty five hours.  When Yom Kippur is translated to English from Hebrew it is "day to atone."  In English it is more commonly known as the "Day of Atonement."  Regarded as the Sabbath of Sabbaths, Jews take...

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Saint Patrick’s Day – History and Traditions

Saint Patrick’s Day – History and Traditions

Saint Patrick's Day is one of the biggest celebrations of the Irish culture around the world.   Right now Saint Patrick's Day is only recognized as a public holiday in a few places.  This is the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Newfoundland, Labrador, and...

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Advent Calendar: What Is It and How Does It Work?

Advent Calendar: What Is It and How Does It Work?

'Tis the season for gift shopping, cookie baking and time spent around the fireplace with friends and family. For many of us, the holiday season is a time to bust out long-time traditions and take a little time to sit back and reflect over how blessed we are to live...

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50 Things You Could Give Up For Lent

50 Things You Could Give Up For Lent

Everyone wants to give something up for Lent to say they did, but why is Lent a thing?  Lent is the time that precedes Easter, one of the most important holidays in the Christian faith.  Lent lasts 40 says, 46 if you count Sundays.  During Lent it is time to pray,...

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Happy Passover – What is Passover?

Happy Passover – What is Passover?

Passover is the most sacred and observed holiday in Judaism, or in Hebrew, Pesach, commemorates the Israelites leaving enslavement in ancient Egypt.  Pesach is a week long celebration and festival celebrated in the early spring celebrated in the early spring from the...

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Good Friday- Meaning of Good Friday

Good Friday- Meaning of Good Friday

Good Friday, along with Easter, one of the predominating celebrations in the Christian religion.  It dates back to be one of the oldest celebration to as far back as 100 CE.  It also goes by other names including Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday (not to be...

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