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Though Easter is a religious holiday for many who celebrate the resurrection of Christ, it is also a lot of fun when the Easter Bunny brings chocolate for the kids.

History of the Easter Bunny

If you are like me than you have got to love the Holidays; my two personal favourites would have to definitely be Christmas and Thanksgiving. These great times bring all of my friends and family together and it is...

Easter – Celebrating the Resurrection of Christ

Easter is a universal holiday that can have personal relative meanings to each individual and the celebrations that we adhere to compliment them all. Easter mass, Easter vacation, Easter eggs, it’s all a part of a larger Easter picture...

What Makes an Easter Egg an Easter Egg?

If you dip a hardboiled egg in vinegar and food coloring in the middle of December, is it still an Easter egg? Why do we hide them, paint them, and eat them— even when the coloring has leaked through...

When is Easter – It Changes Every Year

Every year the calendar reflects a different day, often in a different month, representing a haphazard nature that seems like a random drawing determined the onset of this holy holiday. The Catholic Church is permitted any number of Sundays...

Easter at the Vatican – An Incredible Spiritual Journey

Easter at the Vatican is said to be one of the most incredible spiritual journeys a Catholic can take, and it seems that every year, the Vatican receives a little more world wide attention from the nations which make...

Making Easter Fun For Children

Without a doubt, Easter is one of the top three favorite holidays for a lot of kids. You don't have to be a genius to figure out why. Candy. Kids love the stuff. Everyone knows what the top candy-obtaining...

Easter Dinner Traditions – Ham, Turkey, Easter Bunny and Eggs

Easter dinner traditions are equally universal and personal as we make them every year. For nearly everyone, there is a customary meal, often the same one that has been served for years whether it’s a turkey, a ham, or...

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

We’ve all heard of him, listened to his woeful plight, and secretly cheered him on when he finally won a place in the heart of his peers when they discovered his usefulness. He is Rudolph, and he is just one of many who had to struggle past his differences...

Returning Christmas Gifts You Don’t Like

As the season of giving is upon us, the season of ‘un-giving, re-gifting and returning,’ is about to take hold. For many people, Christmas will prove to be fruitful with the showering of awesome gifts and what could be considered the perfect bounty. But for others, for MANY others,...

What Happened to Christmas

Long ago and far away, in a simpler time – Christmas was truly magical. It wasn’t about Ipods, gift cards, impressing every acquaintance with a gift card or adolescent wish lists that were a mile long. It wasn’t about Black Friday sales, it didn’t send families into bankruptcy, and...