Both Western and Eastern Catholics (who operate on separate calendars) will celebrate Jesus’ resurrection on April 20th this year. The alignment of the two holidays only happens once every few years, which has some worshipers calling for a consensus on the day to foster Christian unity. One thing the two sides do agree on however, is the confusion about the Easter Bunny’s origins.
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