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Easter Sunday begins the Easter season which ends with Trinity Sunday.


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The Easter season is followed by the Pentecost season, which begins on Pentecost Sunday.

Easter season begins with the Easter Vigil Mass on Holy Saturday night and continues through Pentecost Sunday.

Easter season. It begins on Easter Sunday and ends at Pentecost Sunday (50 days later, roughly) Eastertide.

Pentecost Sunday (7th sunday after Easter)

Many Christians including Catholics celebrate the Easter liturgical season for 50 days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost.

Easter begins on, guess what, Easter Sunday. The Easter season then lasts for 50 days and ends on the Feast of Pentecost (the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples)

Like Christmas, Easter itself is a period of time rather than just a day. It is actually a seven-week season of the church year called Eastertide, the Great Fifty Days that begins at sundown the evening before Easter Sunday (the Easter Vigil) and lasts for six more Sundays until Pentecost Sunday (some traditions use the term Pentecost to include these Fifty Days between Easter and Pentecost Sunday). These seven Sundays are called the Sundays of Easter, climaxing on the seventh Sunday, the Sunday before Pentecost Sunday.

Catholic AnswerEaster Season starts on Easter Day and runs for fifty days until Pentecost Sunday.

No. Lent is the season of fasting in the Christian liturgical calendar. Easter is a season of rejoicing.

The Easter Season in the Catholic Church starts on Holy Saturday at dusk with the Easter Vigil and ends 50 days later with Vespers on Pentecost Sunday.

Roman Catholic AnswerEight, including Pentecost Sunday, which would be the eighth.

Roman Catholic AnswerEaster lasts for fifty days, beginning on Easter Sunday and running through the Solemnity of Pentecost, fifty days later.

it begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter Sunday

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.

Spring time, in the Northern hemisphereCatholic AnswerThe Fifty Days from Easter until Pentecost is the Easter season.

The Paschal (Easter) Candle is lit during during liturgical celebrations throughout the Paschal (Easter) Season and is placed near the Ambo or the Altar. The Paschal Season is the fifty days from Easter Saturday to Pentecost. During this time the Church is vested in White. The closing of the Paschal (Easter) season is at the evening after the liturgy of Pentecost when the Church is vested in Red. After Pentecost the Church begins her Ordinary Time and is vested in Green. Daniel Hammah New Zealand.

Easter begins on Ash Wednesday, which signals the start of the lenten season. Easter officially ends on the Pentecost, which is when the disciples received the Holy Spirit in the form of fire. The preists vestments are red during Pentecost and Purple during Ash Wednesday and Lent

Roman Catholic AnswserEaster is fifty days from Easter through Pentecost.

The church year or liturgical year ends with the Season of Pentecost, which begins on Pentecost Sunday, which is seven weeks after Resurrection Sunday, and ends on the eve of the first Sunday of Advent. The first Sunday of Advent, which is the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day or the first Sunday after November 26, is the first day of the liturgical year.Catholic AnswerThe Church year ends with the feast of Christ the King, which is always the last Sunday of the liturgical year and is the rank of a solemnity.

No, Pentecost, the 50th day after the Resurrection of Our Lord, marks the end of the Easter Season. There is no Pentecost season. The seasons of the liturgical year are: Advent Christmas season Lent Easter Season Ordinary Time is any time during the Church year that does not fall within one of the seasons mentioned above.

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent culminating with Easter Sunday.

No. Lent is over at Easter. It is a forty day season from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday.

There is no Pentecost season. Pentecost falls in the Easter season and the color worn on that day is red, the color associated with the Holy Spirit.Red, to represent the Holy Spirit's descent in tongues of fire over the disciples.

For most Christian denominations, lent is the season before Easter, Pentecost is after Easter, and advent is preparation for Christmas.

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