How long does pentecost last?
Pentecost lasts for Fifty days after Easter Sunday.
What order are these events in 'Pentecost' 'ascension' 'the last supper' 'the visitation' 'the annunciation' 'the wedding feast at Cana'?
Pentecost is a Christian festival, not a Jewish one. It commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples of Christ, who is not recognised as the Messiah (Moshiach) in Judaism. It lasts one day and is celebrated 50 days after Easter Sunday, which this year (2010) will be the 23rd of May.
A: Although Paul says he received the gospel from no man, but by revelation, none of his epistles suggests that he had any knowledge of the Pentecost story. Acts of the Apostles is believed to have been written at the end of the first century or early in the second century, long after the death of St. Paul. The story of the Pentecost in chapter 2 bears a remarkable resemblance to the earlier Jewish Pentecost…
The season of Easter lasts the 50 days (7 weeks) from Easter Sunday until Pentecost Sunday. Easter marks the end of Lent and is followed by Eastertide (or Easter Season) Easter Day is actually eight days long (known as the Easter Octave). In the Catholic Church each day of the octave is treated as if it was Easter Sunday. The School Easter Holiday can last up to 2 weeks.