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Whitsunday

A feast of the universal Church which commemorates the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles, fifty days after the Resurrection of Christ, on the ancient Jewish festival called the 'feast of weeks' or Pentecost (Ex., xxxiv, 22; Deut., xvi, 10).   From Volume XV of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Whitsunday: A feast of the universal Church which commemorates the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles, fifty days after the Resurrection of Christ, on the ancient Jewish festival called the 'feast of weeks' or Pentecost (Ex., xxxiv, 22; Deut., xvi, 10); From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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