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The Busted Halo Cast® is our weekly podcast that answers questions of faith ranging from the simple basics of the Catholic faith to complex dilemmas of everyday life. We also highlight a church to visit that other young adults have found welcoming and vital and preview next week's scripture readings.

Busted Halo’s Fr. Dave Dwyer, Fr. Steven Bell, and Barbara Wheeler-Bride co-host every week offering their faith-filled answers to your questions. You can call-in your questions to (917) 591 8476 or e-mail us at questionbox@bustedhalo.com

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May 5th, 2014
#401- Why does the date of Easter change?
 
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easter-podcastChristmas is always December 25. Valentine’s Day is February 14. Some holiday dates stay the same from year to year, but why does the date of Easter always change? We have the answer — plus this week’s Coming Attractions about the very beginnings of the church from the book of Acts. The Easter Season continues! Church Search visits a musical parish in Williamsburg, Virginia.

0:00 — Intro

5:21 — Question

15:23 — Coming Attractions



 
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  • JuliePurple

    The calendar date changes, but there is some consistency, in a roundabout fashion. As I understand the formula, Easter is on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox.

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