from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the Sunday next after Easter; -- popularly so called.
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- n. the Sunday following Easter
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First Vespers of Low Sunday and ends before the First Vespers of
Offertory, Communion; from Low Sunday to Trinity Sunday, the Gradual is replaced by all Alleluia-Verse; from Septuagesima to Easter, as well as on certain penitential days, the Allehlia-Verse which ordinarily follows the Gradual, is replaced by a Tract; in only a few
(Nilles, II, 122); granted to some places for Friday after Low Sunday
Office of the Passion of Christ may be said every Friday which is not taken up by a semi-double or a double Office, except during the period from Passion Sunday to Low Sunday and from 18 December to 13
Duchesne, l. c., 492), on Easter Eve "denuo legitur ille locus evangelii resurrectionis" (ibid., 493), on Low Sunday they read the