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Saturday, April 19 — Pesach or Passover, the eight-day Jewish celebration of the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, begins at sunset.

Saturday, April 19 — Pesach or Passover, the eight-day Jewish celebration of the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, begins at sunset.

Sunday, April 20 — Fifth Sunday of Easter. A suggested reading is John 14:1-12.            — Palm Sunday for Orthodox Christians.

Monday, April 21 — First day of Ridvan, the 12 day Baha’i commemoration of when Baha’u’llah declared in 1863 that he was God’s latest prophet.

Wednesday, April 23 — St. George’s Day celebrates the life and martyrdom of a 4th century Roman soldier from Turkey who is now the patron saint of England and Russia among other countries.

Friday, April 25 — Holy Friday, the solemn commemoration of the passion of Jesus by Orthodox Christians.

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