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2013-04-02 10:58:28
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No, matalan is not open on Easter Sunday!


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Although it depends on the specific locations, most JC Penney stores will be open on Easter Sunday. Easter is considered a Christian holiday and most retail stores only close for national holidays.

Yes. The newspapers run daily, holiday or no holiday.

Store hours vary by location. It is best to check the store nearest to you for specific details on that stores hours.

The day your question was asked, April 24 2011, was Easter Sunday.

I think Easter is the following Sunday after Passover.

Nobody is answering the phone there today on Easter. They must be closed.

Some stores are open, You pretty much have to call a perticular store to find out. The Mall is CLOSED today.

It depends which store you go too.

Easter Sunday fell on April 4 in the years 1706, 1779, 1790, 1847, 1858, 1915, 1920, 1926, 1999 and 2010. Easter Sunday will again fall on April 4 in 2021.

As today is January 22, 2011 Easter Sunday 2010 (April 4) was 293 days ago.

Palm Sunday is celebrated today by : In church,People often wear festive things, carry palms, decorate etc. It is fun. Often for young children, there are games and fun things to do. Sometimes take communion. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter :)))))

Easter comes on the Sunday after the first full moon after the start of spring. Confusing, isn't it? It's because it's based off of a lunar calendar and not the Gregorian calendar or solar calendar that we use today.

yes but not on new years eve/day but it is open on Christmas

Only if today is Sunday.

Easter Sunday was originally a pagan holiday to celebrate the the first day of spring and give thanks to the Goddess of Spring, the name itself (Easter) coming from the Goddess' name Eastre, which was celebrated on the day of the vernal equinox.The Goddess lived on in the Easter Bunny that we use today, which is a sing of fertility. The brightly colored eggs are painted so to represent the Spring Sun.

Not in America, Easter is in April.

Pentecost Sunday is 49 days after Easter Sunday. Some say that Pentecost Sunday is 50 days after Easter Sunday. Indeed, the word Pentecost is derived from the Latin and Greek words meaning fiftieth. However, the period is 50 days long only when both Easter Sunday and Pentecost Sunday are included in the count, which disagrees with the common response to how many days after one date is another. This is totally understandable considering that the ancient Romans used to count days that way. For example, we would say that March 14 is the day before the ides of March, but they referred to it as the second day before the ides of March. Given the modern interpretation of the terminology, stating that Pentecost is 50 days after Easter is like stating that tomorrow is two days after today.

You might be mistaken. I have never heard of a 'Psalm Sunday' - but there is a 'Palm Sunday' which is the Sunday before Easter Sunday. It is so called because the Gospel read that day in Christian churches concerns itself with how Jesus rode into Jerusalem and was greeted by people laying palm-leaves in his path.

yes today is the second Sunday of march, as it is the 13/03/2011,last Sunday was the sixth.

Crucified on the Friday, he was raised on the Sunday (on the 'Third' day as calculated by Jewish custom. The year? around 30AD. We celebrate this today on Easter Sunday every year, the crucifixion being remembered on the Friday before, Good Friday.

"It's Sunday" meaning today is Sunday=Hoy es el domingo. (Today is the Sunday) "It's Sunday"As an answer to a question asking when something is happening = en el domingo

Easter today is remembered by eating chocolate and easter bunnies, but that is not the true nature of Easter. Easter is supposed to be a special holiday in chiristian religion, but now only devout chiristians remember its true meaning and they celebrate it by going to church, but generally easter is remembered as the day you get to eat chocolate

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