COLUMBIA — Last week, many western Christians observed Easter, the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection three days after being crucified. However, for followers of Orthodox Christianity, Easter is still more than a month away, with this year’s celebration falling on April 27. The disparity in dates lies in the different calendars followed by each faith.
Belief in brief: Orthodox Easter
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