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The answer to your question is Mgr. Guido Marini. Unfortunately, he is not a Cardinal or even a Bishop. Mgr. Guido Marini is the Papal Master of Ceremonies also known as the Master of Pontifical Liturgical Celebrations. The title was once known as the Priest Assistant in the days of old. Guido Marini (born 31 January 1965) is an Italian priest of the ...


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Why is there a fixed date for Christmas, but not for Easter? Christmas The 25th of December originally was observed as Brumalia, a Roman winter solstice festival. It followed the more well-known Saturnalia. Saturnalia led up to the solstice and Brumalia, which means shortest day. For Christians who were assimilating the populace, the idea of the waxing ...


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Easter is not on a fixed day in the solar calendar because it is set according to a lunar calendar. Some of the Earliest Christians used the Jewish lunar calendar. Luke uses the Jewish calendar exclusively for dating events in the book of Acts, not only for events occurring in Palestine, but for events outside of Palestine too (Acts 20.6; 27.9) And Paul ...


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