What Is a Paschal Full Moon?

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Paschal Full Moon is the first astronomical full moon after the vernal equinox. It is the fourteenth day of a lunar month which in early days, Christians used it to determine the date of Easter. The Paschal Full Moon is not fixed and can vary by as many as two days after the sighting of the actual full moon.
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The Paschal full moon is the first ecclesiastical full moon after the Spring Equinox.
The date of the Paschal full moon is determined by ecclesiastical tables, and can differ by up to two days from the astronomical full moon. The date of Easter falls on the Sunday following the Paschal full moon, which is calculated differently in Orthodox and Non-Orthodox traditions.
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