Hey, I'm Catholic and even I'm not sure sometimes. It's totally okay.
Okay, I just don’t want to offend people by accident. You’ve just got to be careful to offend people just the right amount.
Yeah that's understandable. It can be pretty confusing.
I really do want to be respectful of other people’s religions but sometimes I really have no clue. It’s a little reassuring to know I’m not the only one who gets confused by this.
I just thought I'd let you know, Easter always falls on the first Sunday following the paschal moon (aka the first full moon after the vernal equinox)
That’s really confusing. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for the Christians and glad that their lord is risen and everything, but I think keeping track of when it happens is confusing.
ellyjobell said: If I remember correctly, it is the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox. Why…. I dunno.
Goodness, that sounds difficult to keep track of. Makes me appreciate being pagan. We’ve got the eight major holidays and they always stay where they are. Always the same distance apart and linked to stuff you’ll notice, like things turning green.
Not that there’s anything wrong with anyone else’s religion, I’m just really glad mine’s the one I’m keeping track of. (Of course, I say that, and yet I didn’t do anything for Ostara, so maybe I shouldn’t claim to be keeping track of anything…)
I respect other people’s religions, I really do, but Easter always confuses me because it keeps moving around. I keep thinking it’s near the equinox, and then sometimes it’s in the middle of April and I keep thinking “We had Ostara like a month ago… what’s going on?”
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