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UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC PALM SUNDAY CUSTOMS

PALM SUNDAY IS "KVITNA NEDILIA" WHICH MEANS FLOWERY SUNDAY. THE
PALMS OR PUSSY WILLOWS ARE PRESENTED TO THE CONGREGATION. THEY
REMIND THE PEOPLE OF THE PALMS THAT CHRIST WAS PRESENTED WITH AT
HIS ARRIVAL INTO JERUSALEM. LENT STARTS ON THE MONDAY BEFORE
ASH WEDNESDAY. NO ASH WEDNESDAY IS OBSERVED.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: 663 Palm Sunday

Date learned: 02-00-1974

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