paschal


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

paschal

1. of or relating to Passover
2. of or relating to Easter
References in periodicals archive ?
The paschal essence is especially evident in the prayer of thanksgiving over the water (largely the emended text of Luther's Flood Prayer).
As we shall see, this can refer to the paschal mystery, which presumably would undergird a Christian reading of the Bible.
Paschal announced that Dedria Bryfonski, until now the CEO of Gale Research, assumes the new position of president, Library Education Group of The Gale Group; and that David Lucas, CEO of Primary Source Media, will manage all Gale Group operations in Europe and additionally will direct the Primary Source Media operations in the U.
5 million to our science program to encourage more black women to enter the field of biotechnology," says Paschal.
Even the moribund California market has seen a turnaround, says Paschal, who finds that her Los Angeles clients are on the lookout for "good, credible PR professionals.
Configuresoft is leading the industry in a very exciting direction with its Configuration Intelligence initiative," said Paschal.
ITiswithbemusement t hatI readClive Feltham'scommentson the future of Wimbledon GreyhoundStadiumin Wednesday's Racing Post, and especially his statementthat"themediafrenzy around Paschal Taggart'splans hasn'thelpedthesituation .
St Paschal Baylon continued to press in hunt for a leveller, and went close when Joe White's free-kick struck the crossbar and bounced away to safety.
com, or Media, Mendi Paschal, +1-972-987-3210, or paschal@ugs.
So by the second century, our annual Easter celebration grew from a one-day to a three-day celebration--the Paschal Triduum.
The Novena of Chaplets (with the Image), therefore, focuses our minds and hearts on the Paschal Mystery--the death and resurrection of Christ.
Mendi Paschal, Media of UGS, +1-972-987-3210, or paschal@ugs.