Computus (Latin for "computation") is the calculation used to determine the
calendar date of Easter. Because the date is based on a calendar-dependent ...
Calculating the Easter Date. The date of Easter Day is usually the first Sunday
after the first Full Moon occurring on or after the March equinox. Illustration image
A simple procedure to determine Easter Sunday dates for all years 326 to 4099
The current values for Easter for all three calendars are calculated. You may
change the year and recalculate; you may also clear all values but be sure to put
Because of that, Easter Day is always the first Sunday after the first calculated
Full Moon on or after March 21st. If the Full Moon is on a Sunday, Easter Day is
Algorithms Calendar Calculations: Easter Is a Quasicrystal. Revealing the divine
mathematics of a holiday. MATHEMATICAL RECREATIONS by Ian Stewart.
Jesus rose from the dead on the first Sunday following the feast of Passover. (
Technically, he may have risen Saturday night, but that still counts as Sunday on
Lent is the penitential season preceding Easter, observed with forty days of fast in
memory of Christ's forty days of fast in the desert. Lent consists of forty ...
Mar 11, 2016 ... Provides details on the calculation of the date of Easter in the Gregorian
Next we calculate the date of the Paschal full moon, that is, the full moon which
Easter is the Sunday after. This is done in several stages. First we calculate two ...