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About Pentecost
Pentecost Sunday is one of the most neglected of the church calendar. Pentecost is also called Whitsunday. Pentecost is the great festival that marks the birth of the Christian church by the power of the Holy Spirit. Pentecost means "fiftieth day" and is celebrated fifty days after Easter. Pentecost Celebrated on the tenth day after Ascension Thursday. Whitsunday is part of the Moveable Cycle of the ecclesiastical year. Pentecost itself is on a Sunday, it is automatically a public holiday almost everywhere. Pentecost was originally an Old Testament festival, since the time of Josephus calculated as beginning on the fiftieth day after the beginning of the Passover. In most Christian traditions, Pentecost Sunday occurs 50 days following Easter Sunday. Pentecost is the great festival that marks the birth of the Christian church by the power of the Holy Spirit.
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