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In a few days, both the Catholic and the Orthodox Church will celebrate Pentecost, also known as the Feast of the Holy Spirit, the final moment of the Easter Season.

In a few days, both the Catholic and the Orthodox Church will celebrate Pentecost, also known as the Feast of the Holy Spirit, the final moment of the Easter Season.

On the fiftieth day after the Resurrection – hence the name, from Ancient Greek ?e?t???st? – the entire Christianity recalls the descent of the Holy Spirit among the apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ, a moment that marks the birth of the first Church of Jerusalem.
Pentecost, however, is not originally a Christian holiday, but a Jewish one. Christians and Jews may share at least some of their respective sacred books, but they do take different views on some of the stories in them, such as the one of Pentecost.

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