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Memories of Easter By Heath Buckmaster
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There are so many memories of childhood - but the most vibrant are those from holidays. Memories of the smells and the tastes of a holiday can make us smile and laugh, and often cry. These are my... More > memories of Easter - a holiday filled with colourful eggs and a discovery of the true meaning of the day.< Less
Easter Celebration By Nicolae Sfetcu
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Easter is the most important solemnity (just before Christmas) of the Church. It is the first of the five cardinal feasts of the Catholic liturgical year. Easter commemorates the resurrection of... More > Jesus Christ laid down by the Bible, the third day after his passion. The solemnity begins on Easter Sunday, which for Catholics mark the end of fasting of Lent, and lasts for eight days (Easter week, or week or radiant, or week of eight Sundays). Many customs dating back to ancient times designed to accommodate the return of spring attached themselves to Easter. The egg is the symbol of germination occurs in early spring. Similarly, the hare is an ancient symbol which has always represented fertility. The custom of the Easter egg was found among Coptic Christians from the late fifth century, it is perhaps in memory of ardent eggs (ova ignita) with which the martyrs were tortured or red egg laid by an imperial hen the day of the birth of Alexander Severus in 208 BC.< Less
Easter Celebration By Nicolae Sfetcu
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Easter is the most important solemnity (just before Christmas) of the Church. It is the first of the five cardinal feasts of the Catholic liturgical year. Easter commemorates the resurrection of... More > Jesus Christ laid down by the Bible, the third day after his passion. The solemnity begins on Easter Sunday, which for Catholics mark the end of fasting of Lent, and lasts for eight days (Easter week, or week or radiant, or week of eight Sundays). Many customs dating back to ancient times designed to accommodate the return of spring attached themselves to Easter. The egg is the symbol of germination occurs in early spring. Similarly, the hare is an ancient symbol which has always represented fertility. The custom of the Easter egg was found among Coptic Christians from the late fifth century, it is perhaps in memory of ardent eggs (ova ignita) with which the martyrs were tortured or red egg laid by an imperial hen the day of the birth of Alexander Severus in 208 BC.< Less
Once upon an Easter By Rowan Abbensetts
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Once upon an Easter brings to life the events of a young boy growing up in Guyana. The pages come to alive with folk art by artist Rowan Abbensetts. Once upon an Easter is a book that both adults... More > and children will enjoy. The story moves and flows like a Caribbean lyrical song as dramatize in its finality. {At the same moment a big thunder and lightning flashed through the sky! Kit Man shouted Lego! Lego! Lego the rope! Away flew {Baby Gal}, into the thunder and lightning razor blades sparking Baby Gal on fire. Once upon an Easter}< Less
Easter Celebration (Illustrated) By Nicolae Sfetcu
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Easter is the most important solemnity (just before Christmas) of the Church. It is the first of the five cardinal feasts of the Catholic liturgical year. Easter commemorates the resurrection of... More > Jesus Christ laid down by the Bible, the third day after his passion. The solemnity begins on Easter Sunday, which for Catholics mark the end of fasting of Lent, and lasts for eight days (Easter week, or week or radiant, or week of eight Sundays). Many customs dating back to ancient times designed to accommodate the return of spring attached themselves to Easter. The egg is the symbol of germination occurs in early spring. Similarly, the hare is an ancient symbol which has always represented fertility. The custom of the Easter egg was found among Coptic Christians from the late fifth century, it is perhaps in memory of ardent eggs (ova ignita) with which the martyrs were tortured or red egg laid by an imperial hen the day of the birth of Alexander Severus in 208 BC.< Less
INTRO MAGAZINESpecial Edition #3-So Fly Edition By Aviana Easter
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SPECIAL EDITION DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF JOY CRANFIELD AND BRIANA MARIE BRYANT. ALSO CHECK OUT THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH 112 SOLO ARTIST SLIM
INTRO MAGAZINESpecial Edition #3-So Fly Edition By Aviana Easter
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SPECIAL EDITION DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF JOY CRANFIELD AND BRIANA MARIE BRYANT. ALSO CHECK OUT THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH 112 SOLO ARTIST SLIM
The Passion By Bro Smith SGS
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This book is about the Passion of Christ. This historical episode is without a doubt an event, which shall not be repeated.This is a meditative, a contemplative written work designed to re-ignite... More > the lost pictorial memory, which forever changed mankind’s relationship with God. The points of reference or as we refer to them today as stations, are merely places believed to be the actual spaces where significant events unfolded as our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ passed through, as He made his way to Golgotha. In the Eighteenth Century, the Franciscans played a major role in the development of this particular pilgrimage. This work is meant to be read slowly. It crosses all denominations and is designed to express the ultimate of love’s expression written down for us in John 3:16 Take a moment and reflect on what has happened for you, me and all of mankind.< Less
Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit By As Retold Within The Pages Of St. Nicholas Magazine
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Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit was originally published in 1906, and is at once a heartwarming reminiscence on the Victorian Era in America and a reminder of the inspiration and... More > delight our most beloved Traditional holidays – Christmas, Thanksgiving Day, Easter, Halloween – as well as the national identity and pride our uniquely American holidays – Independence Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington – can still hold for us today. Compiled from the pages of St. Nicholas Magazine, a popular turn of the Century publication for youth ages five to eighteen, Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit is an ideal resource for reclaiming the original, uncommercialized significance and character of every American holiday for ourselves, and for sharing that vision, inspiration and delight with the children we love.< Less
Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit By As Retold Within The Pages Of St. Nicholas Magazine
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Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit was originally published in 1906, and is at once a heartwarming reminiscence on the Victorian Era in America and a reminder of the inspiration and... More > delight our most beloved Traditional holidays – Christmas, Thanksgiving Day, Easter, Halloween – as well as the national identity and pride our uniquely American holidays – Independence Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington – can still hold for us today. Compiled from the pages of St. Nicholas Magazine, a popular turn of the Century publication for youth ages five to eighteen, Our American Holidays: Their Meaning and Spirit is an ideal resource for reclaiming the original, uncommercialized significance and character of every American holiday for ourselves, and for sharing that vision, inspiration and delight with the children we love.< Less