How might one celebrate a simple Easter?
Are there any traditions that you would like to eliminate if you had the choice? Often we get so caught up in the rush of activity that we fail to do those things that matter most.
Well I am Catholic and what I am about to text is not necessarily Catholic. I would contemplate the planning of a Seder meal/feast on Passover and going to a church service and/or Stations of the Cross on Good Friday followed by a morning service on Easter...
I am a catholic too but i never been to church on easter day. Just make some eastet crafts and enjoy simple meal
I like the colored eggs and some candy, and church is nice. I wrote a hub a couple of years ago, "How to Celebrate Easter on a Budget". I included some colorful videos I found on Youtube, you may find some ideas there.
by charlie3 years ago
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by Louise Lately4 years ago
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by Chuck Nugent5 years ago
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by hookedhuntress5 years ago
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by Marcy Goodfleisch2 years ago
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by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
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