Arguably, one of the most important celebrations in the Christian calendar, Easter is a holiday that celebrates the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The triumph of Jesus Christ over death is the central theme of Easter. His resurrection signifies the gift of eternal life to all who believe in Him.

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Easter also serves as a complete affirmation of what Jesus taught and proclaimed during His three-year mission.

He would have been regarded as just another teacher or prophet if He had not risen from the dead if He had merely died and not been raised.

His resurrection, on the other hand, refuted all of this, providing definitive and irrefutable proof that He was truly the Son of God and that He had triumphed over death once and for all.

What does Easter Monday Mean?

Easter Monday is the Monday following Easter Sunday and is also known as Bright Monday, Renewal Monday, Wet Monday, and Dyngus Day.

Many Christian denominations observe it, although the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic traditions are the most prominent. Easter Week (Roman Catholic) / Bright Week begins on this day (Eastern Orthodox).

What do You do on Easter Monday?

Easter Monday is observed in a variety of ways across civilizations. Easter Monday is a commemoration of Christ’s death and resurrection for some, which is celebrated by an outdoor procession. Others can participate in Easter egg rolling competitions.

Still, others wake up their siblings and/or spouses by throwing buckets of water on them (thus the moniker “Wet Monday”). Others hold a massive gathering and a polka festival to commemorate the day (Dingus Day).


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