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Hoppin' down the Easter trail
Hippity, hubbity, Easter's on its Way
Bringing all the girls and boys
HubMob full of Easter hubs.... read more
The differences in Western Easter and Orthodox Easter are plentiful. Find out what some of these are here in this spectacular Greek Easter hub. read more
Being a God-observing country, Philippines observe Lenten season religiously. This will start on Ash Wednesday that paternized the lunar calendar of Romans to be followed by Palm Sunday, then what we call THE HOLY WEEK, with Maundy Thursday, Good... read more
Well here it is nearly Easter again! It comes around very year but, confusingly, it moves about. This is due to the fact that Easter is based on the lunar calendar and as it originated in Europe and falls on the first Sunday in which a... read more
From the time that I became aware of the terms of Liberal and Conservative, I've often wondered where Jesus would fall. Because if He was a Liberal, He might have an open mind about jokes told about Him. On the other hand, if He is a Conservative,... read more
Make Easter a blast for kids with these ten fun easter games. Kids will love the Easter theme in every single game. read more
Easter signifies RESURRECTION OF JESUS! Easter is also the most important day in the whole year for Christians to celebrate.Jesus,the Messiah was put to death on the CROSS and rose from the dead on the third day.He showed himself to his disciples... read more
The Second World War is responsible for the
growth of the Easter Lily industry in the United States. The Easter Lily or Lilium
longiflorum was originally grown in Japan
and up until 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl
dominated the... read more
A guide to fun and cheap family activities this Easter. read more
Let every man and woman count himself immortal. Let him catch the revelation of Jesus in his resurrection. Let him say not merely, "Christ is risen," but "I shall rise." ~Phillips Brooks
Yes, there is something, and someone that will always make... read more
Around Easter, I am often mistaken for a Russian, Ukrainian, or Slav. I don't mind, because I love the cultures. I incorporate different artistic traditions into my holidays simply because I admire the talents other artists bring to celebrations... read more
Easter in Greece, Greek Easter 2016. Easter is the biggest holiday of the year and is even more important than Christmas in Greece. read more
Like the Easter Rabbit, the egg was originally a pagan symbol of new birth and the coming of spring that was absorbed into our Christian Easter traditions. However, two legends concerning Mary Magdalene and the resurrection of Jesus provide a more direct connection of eggs with Easter. read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga7 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic : Easter
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Whether you have a green thumb or not, getting in touch with your inner gardening-freak is never a bad thing and we've decided to touch on it today with this week's HubMob topic of Green Thumb Hubbers: Landscaping,...
by Ryan Hupfer9 years ago
First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum...
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Re: "HubMob Weekly Topic: Christmas decorations"I created a hub on this topic but didn't start it through the Forum Link, is there any way to link to it after the hub has already been created? I'm still...
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