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 Greek Easter TraditionsGreek Easter Traditions by The Ovi Team
According to the Greek religious calendar, Easter is the most important festival of the Greeks, hence hug
 Easter bunnies and Easter eggsEaster bunnies and Easter eggs by The Ovi Team
Rabbits have been associated with springtime since ancient times. It is believed that a symbol of the Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring Eostre was the hare. It was Eostre\'s sacred animal since it was a symbol of fertility and the rebirth of nature
 Easter-Rock by Patrick McWade
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 An Egg of a Different Color by Leah Sellers
"Here comes Peter Cottontail. Hoppin’ down the bunny trail. Hippity, hoppity......" "Oh my, Peter Rabbit! What a beautiful and very large Cosmological Easter Egg you have laid for All of Us! A Gift of Spring! A Gift of Burgeon
 Jesus Christ, where did we go wrong? by Louie Parsons
Easter is upon us once again, a time for family, chocolate eggs, and celebration.But do we really understand the basis of the celebrations in the Christian sense.This is the time of year when Jesus rose from the de
 For the Moment: Easter Bunny's Sidekick by Patrick McWade
Patrick McWade shares his cartoon for World Theatre Day... 
 Then, Again: The Last Supper by Patrick McWade
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade. For more Then, Again,
 Then Again: Second-to-Last Supper by Patrick McWade
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade.  For mo
 Evidence for the Resurrection by Jack Wellman
The great lineage of Jesus Christ is recorded at the beginning of Luke. The names of all these men are historical facts, even the census that Joseph and Mary had to travel to Bethlehem to take was registered in the king's census (Luke 2:1-5).
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