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==Second Sunday of Pascha: St. Thomas==
The Sunday after Easter is called the Second Sunday. It is the eighth day of the Paschal celebration and the last day of Bright Week. It is called the '''Antipascha'''. This Sunday is celebrated in remembrance of the appearance of Christ to the Apostle Thomas "after eight days".
The Church reminds the faithful who have not seen Christ with their physical eyes nor touched his risen body with their physical hands, yet in the Holy Spirit have seen and touched and tasted the Word of Life, and so they believe.
==Third Sunday of Pascha: The Holy Myrrhbearing Women==