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    In the Mt St Michaels (MSM) Easter Liturgy there were many of the five types of ritual (Refer to appendix? : Five types of Ritual) reflected however some types were more evident than others. The Rite of Communication or Devotion was clearly evident in the MSM liturgy as there was clear communication and devotion in the ritual, especially which highlighted the obligation of Christians to follow and be devoted to the examples set by Jesus. The rite of demarcation was also significantly evident in the ritual as it the Easter Liturgy was marking a specifically important part in time and the participants transitioned between two seasons from Lent to Easter. Finally, the Rites of Memorial was apparent in the liturgy as the participants were required to recall, remember and reflect on the death, resurrection and stories of Jesus. The MSM Easter liturgy…

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    The Real Meaning of Easter Jesus Is Alive Characters: Narrator, Easter Bunny, Jesus, Mary, Two Guards, Simon, Nary Magdalene, and an Angel Narrator: (Enters and greets children) “Hello everyone. I am so glad you all are here tonight, because I want to talk about someone very special and He is the real meaning of Easter.” Easter Bunny: (Hops in carrying an Easter Basket) Narrator: “Hello Mr. Bunny. Who are you and what are you doing here?” Easter Bunny: “Oh, Come on Lady, everybody…

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    Sunday is Easter! This is our time to shine as a church to the entire community! Easter is for many things: The proof of our redemption in Christ. The grave has been forever robbed. Sin has been defeated. Hope for tomorrow. As Christians we celebrate our King and rejoice towards eternity. And for those who have no hope, they will get to discover the hope that is only found in Jesus. Easter becomes our opportunity, The Refuge Church's opportunity that the Holy Spirit has given us to…

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    Easter Island

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    Jennifer Vanderbes’ (2004) Easter Island novel tells a story of two women who visited the island 60 years apart. In 1912, Elsa Pendleton was arranged to marry her father’s colleague, Edward Beazley after her father’s death. In hopes of caring for Elsa and her mentally impaired sister Alice, Elsa accepts the marriage proposal. Archaeologist, Edward Beazley, accepted the offer to take an expedition to Easter Island to study the moai statues and the culture on the mysterious island. As a honeymoon…

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    Easter Island

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    Easter Island was remote speck of land. A forested island with an ample supply of fruits, nuts, and small animals. This was until humans started to use up all of the islands resources. This island was great for settlers who wanted to start a new colony. But, with a rising population it confronts shrinking resources. Destruction of the forest resulted in extinction of many exotic animals and birds. Humans were destroying this diverse forest by using all of its resources. Before human…

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    Easter Island is said to have formed from three converging volcanos about 7500 years ago. It is also believed to be the most remote spot on Earth making it an amazing thing that people happened upon it and made it their home. These people lived on a thriving island for hundreds of years before the downfall and ultimately their near destruction. Napa Nui are the people who occupied Easter Island and are said to have been religious and superstitious, giving the belief that the mysterious 850 or…

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    Easter 1916 Tone

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    There is more than one side to every story. When tragedy or calamity strikes, it affects people in different ways. Past events, loyalties, and moral viewpoints define how one sees a situation. Concerning the Easter 1916 uprising, Yeats seems to change his views of the people involved and explores his feelings in the poem “Easter 1916.” Yeats, at the start of the piece, seems to have a fairly low view of the rebels. He respects the nobility and bravery of what the revolutionaries did, but isn’t…

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    Easter Island Statues

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    The Mysteries of the Easter Island Statues Explorers in the 18th century hoped to find something monumental, perhaps outlandish. When sailors made landfall on a tiny remote island, they found much more than they could have imagined: a land with a mysterious past and monumental statues that seemed far beyond their imaginations. Rapa Nui, or Easter Island as it was to become known, is the Polynesian island found in the southeast Pacific Ocean. Easter Island is considered to be one of the…

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    As being said in the rubric, Easter Island covers almost 64 square miles in the South Pacific Ocean, specifically located 2,300 miles from Chile’s west coast and 2,500 miles east of Tahiti. In 1722, the island was known as Rapa Nui to its earliest inhabitants, Dutch explorers, and was christened Passeiland (Easter Island). Easter Island’s most known claim of fame is the 900 giant stone figures called “moai” located all over the land. These figures reveal that the creators were master…

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    The Easter Island or Isla de Pascua covers roughly 64 square miles in the South Pacific Ocean 2,300 miles from Chiles west coast. It currently has 887 still existing statues averaging 13 feet tall carved out of tuff which is the light, porous rock formed by consolidated volcanic ash on the island which proved that there was a rich culture among the settlers which first discovered it. These staues were placed on ceremonial stone platforms called ahus however till this day there is no information…

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