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      Easter Math
Easter is more than a one-day celebration. Find out how many days it lasts. Read the clues and write the answers in the colored boxes, beginning with the second block. Then do the math and write the answers in the white boxes, beginning with the  rst block.
Activity 2 Spring 2018
      Begin with the
number of feet Jesus washed at the Last Supper.
Times the number of great lights God made to hang in the sky. (Genesis 1:16)
                   Minus the
number of Zebedee’s sons. (Matthew 4:21)
Minus the
number of Apostles at the foot of Jesus’ Cross. (John 19:26–27)
Plus the number of disciples who breakfasted on a seashore with the Risen Jesus. (John 21:1–18)
Minus the number of Apostles who doubted the Resurrection of Jesus. (John 20:24–25)
Minus the number of Apostles remaining after Judas betrayed Jesus.
Plus the number
of days from the Resurrection to the Ascension.
Minus the number of days in the Triduum.
Plus the number of years Jesus lived.
Minus the number of wise and foolish bridesmaids in Jesus’ parable. (Matthew 25:1)
Divided by the number of disciples who met Jesus on the road to Emmaus. (Luke 24:13–14)
                                              The Church celebrates Easter for
The very last day of the celebration is Pentecost, which comes days after Easter.
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