Finding a shared date for Easter falls flat with churches

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(RNS) Easter usually comes twice to the Kringas household in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.: first with baskets of pastel eggs and a ham baked in the oven, then a week or more later with dark red eggs and lamb roasted on a spit. Maureen Kringas, who splits her time between her mother’s Catholic parish and her […]

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