Whit Sunday


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Whit Sunday

the seventh Sunday after Easter, observed as a feast in commemoration of the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles 50 days after Easter
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959AD: Edgar, first King of All England, was crowned on Whit Sunday in the Saxon abbey on the site of the present Bath Abbey.
My cunning plan was to recoup losses in small stages, starting with Dubh Soldier in a one-off open at Hove on Whit Sunday.
WHIT SUNDAY Whittingham celebrates after making it 2-0 ALL OVER Burke blasts home Cardiff's third past keeper Loach
As 'Son' often told me, on Whit Sunday in 1925 one of the six regular dancers dropped out.
At the moment, the Christian calendar is moving steadily towards the feast of Pentecost, or Whit Sunday as it is also called, when we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit of God on the apostles of Jesus Christ, strengthening them to begin the life of the Christian Church.
It was Whit Sunday and on the way back, she was off to a dance at the Three Tuns, later the Tyburn House in Erdington.
This lad came to Kuching, the capital, with eleven other candidates for baptism before Whit Sunday, 1854.
The best day for numbers was the Sunday of the Whit Sunday holiday, when 80,000 people attended.
o 959 Edgar, first King of All England, was crowned on Whit Sunday on the site of the present Bath Abbey.
Henry joined her in Poitiers and they were married in the cathedral on Whit Sunday in a simple ceremony with none of the pomp and splendour that might have been expected.
Sunshine Rail Tours travel each way between Brisbane and Cairns, via Bowen at the tip of Whit Sunday Passage.
My recollections of Whit Sunday are of getting a new set of togs - including short kex - to wear when a little kid.