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It is a fairly simple formula:; the astronomical full moon may fall a day or so before or after the ecclesiastical full moon. As the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America states in "The Date of Pascha": What does it mean to say that Easter is related to Passover in an "historical and theological way"?

Notice what isn't mentioned at all in the formula set down at the Council of Nicaea? In the year of His Death, Christ celebrated the Last Supper on the first day of Passover.

The answer is complicated, rooted in two millennia of history, and based partly on the difficulties of calculating dates according to the Jewish calendar, and partly on the desire to forge a new and separate Christian identity.

According to the Jewish calendar (like the ancient Roman Kalends), the beginning of each month corresponds with the new moon. Solar and lunar months don't match, and, over time, the religious festivals would fall in the wrong season were it not for the adoption of extra (or intercalary) months.

This is the very problem Julius Caesar faced when he reformed the Roman calendar.

The Jewish time-keeping system uses what is known as the Metonic Cycle, which allots 235 lunar cycles/lunations in 19 years.

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That's a common misconception—so common, in fact, that Archbishop Peter, the bishop of Diocese of New York and New Jersey of the Orthodox Church in America, wrote an article in 1994 to dispel this myth. Paul Orthodox Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, discussed this idea as an "Orthodox Urban Legend."As more evangelical Protestants and Catholics have developed an interest in Eastern Orthodoxy (especially in the United States) over the past few decades, that urban legend has spread beyond the Orthodox.

Passover is celebrated on the 14th day of Nisan at the time of the full moon.

Determining the date for Easter (*Western Church): Easter is observed on the first Sunday following the full moon that comes on or after the vernal equinox (March 21).

However, many Jewish businesses and organizations close or have limited opening hours during this period.

Jewish people may also choose to take some of their annual leave at this time.