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The '''Great Feasts''' of the [[Orthodox Church]] are the major celebrations throughout the [[Church Calendar|liturgical year]]. While various [[saint]]s and events are celebrated with significance on the local level, the entire Church celebrates together thirteen [[feast]]s above all the rest, '''[[Pascha]]''' and the '''Twelve Great Feasts'''.
== Pascha ==
The feast of the [[Resurrection]] of [[Jesus Christ]], called [[Pascha]] (Easter), is the greatest of the feasts of the [[Orthodox Church]]. It is
also called the '''Feast of Feasts '''. It is celebrated on the first [[Sunday]] after the Paschal Full Moon ( ''see'' [[Paschalion]]).
== The Twelve Great Feasts ==
There are other days of great importance in the life of the Church -- the '''Twelve Great Feasts''', which commemorate and present us again to the historic presence of major events in the lives of our Lord [[Jesus Christ]] and his [[Theotokos|Holy Mother]].
#[[August 6]], the [[Transfiguration]]
#[[August 15]], the [[Dormition]] (Falling Asleep) of the Theotokos