In Easter, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is commemorated on the third day after being crucified. The Easter term comes from the Hebrew language (Pesah) ant he Greek language (Pascha). The word “Pascua” in Spanish means “paso, salto”.
Easter concludes on Holy Week, days that commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus on Good Friday and celebrate his resurrection and appearance before his disciples on Easter Sunday.
Easter begins with a period known as Paschal Time which takes fifty days long and ends on Pentecost Sunday.
According to the Sacred Scriptures, the Passover God gives to Christians the hope for the resurrection and for a new way life represented in the return of Christ from the dead.
In conclusion, the Passover is the most important celebration of the Christian Church.