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Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday & is celebrated as a holiday in some largely Christian cultures, especially Roman Catholic & Eastern Orthodox cultures. Easter Monday in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar is the second day of the octave of Easter Week & analogously in the Eastern Orthodox Church is the second day of Bright Week.
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Formerly, the post-Easter festivities involved a week of secular celebration, but in many places this was reduced to one day in the 19th century. Events include egg rolling competitions and, in predominantly Roman Catholic countries, dousing other people with water which traditionally had been blessed with holy water the day before at Easter Sunday Mass and carried home to bless the house and food.
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Note 1.)  and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite
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  • Part IV
  • Типико́нъ сiесть уста́въ (Title here transliterated into Russian; actually in Church Slavonic) (The Typicon which is the Order), Москва (Moscow, Russian Empire): Синодальная типография (The Synodal Printing House), 1907, p. 468
  • Asiedu, Dita (12 April 2004). "Easter Monday Radio Prague special". Český rozhlas 7. Radio Praha. 
  • Easter Monday in Germany
  • (German) Partikularnorm Nr. 15 der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz. Accessed 2009-04-08.
  • Heaton, Michael (22 April 2011). "Come Out Next Monday Out [sic] for Cleveland's First Annual Dingus Day". The Plain Dealer. 
  • "Dyngus Day USA". DyngusDay.com. 
  • "What is Dyngus Day?". DyngusDay.com. 
  • Borsa, John. Buffalo is Unofficial Dingus Day Capital. WKBW-TV. 14 April 2009.
  • Vogul, Charity (11 April 2012). "Cooper repents his Dyngus dis". The Buffalo News. 
  • Archives, National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs
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See also:
  •   Bright Week
  •   Easter Friday
  •   Easter Saturday
  •   Life of Jesus in the New Testament
  •   Sham El Nessim
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  • Holy Week
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This article is related to these categories.
  •   Polish traditions
  •   Catholic liturgy
  •   Liturgical calendar
  • Eastern Christian liturgy
  • Eastern Orthodox liturgical days
  • Public holidays in the Republic of Ireland
  • Moveable holidays (Easter date based)
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