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Late Easter

8 Apr 2011, 10:18 UTC
Late Easter
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In the Western Church calendar, Easter is a movable feast
where Easter Sunday is defined to be the first Sunday
after the Full Moon that occurs on or after the day of the
ecclesiastical spring equinox, defined as the 21st March.
Thus, Easter can occur as early as 22nd March or as late
as 25th April.

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