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Easter

Exclusive Photos: Bringing the fire of hope to New York City

See a small community in the South Bronx epic witness of faith

Exclusive Photos: Easter Sunday in the Big Apple

The scene as tens of thousands crowd around St. Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate Easter

Pray this prayer by St. Gregory the Great to remain in Easter joy

"Preserve your servants in the peaceful enjoyment of this Easter happiness."

What is the connection between Passover eggs and Easter eggs?

Both of these traditions utilize the egg, but is there a relationship?

Why Eastern Christians call the days after Easter “Bright Week”

And why in some places it is called "White Week."

Catholic doctor examines Christ’s Passion from a medical perspective

He attempts to pin down the cause of Christ's death using modern medical understanding.

A guide to Holy Week in Rome

What to expect if you are headed to the Vatican this Easter, or if you plan to watch the festivities from home.

Fast-food restaurant starts fishy music campaign for Lent

Downloading a fish-themed song gets you free items at Long John Silver's. It might also put you in the mood for fish, says the restaurant's marketing department.

Semana Santa in Seville, Spain: A Holy Week celebration like no other

There is no better time to visit Seville than during the Holy Week, to witness one of the most mesmerizing Catholic traditions in the world.

This once-every-10-years Passion Play in Germany should be on your bucket list

Oberammerguau, a tiny city in Bavaria, has been staging the Passion of Christ every decade for the past 380 years.