What is the Meaning of Pentecost | Definition and What is Pentecost

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Pentecost is a term that comes from the latin Panou although its early origins date back to a Greek word which means "fiftieth". The concept is used to refer to the holiday celebrated by the Catholic Church the fiftieth day after Easter, which falls between May 10 and June 13. This festivity is dedicated to the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Pentecost is also the day that the Jews were established in memory of the law given by God at Mount Sinai, which was celebrated fifty days after the Jewish holiday of Passover.
This Jewish holiday called Shavuot, commemorates the giving of the commandments to the people of Israel. This was attributed to the Christian liturgy that is among the most important festivals of this religion, after Easter and Christmas.
In the case of Christians, Pentecost is the celebration that puts an end to the time of Easter. This opportunity to celebrate the arrival of the Holy Spirit and the beginning of the activity of the Church.
Some books of the Bible attribute miraculous features to the Holy Spirit, which gives courage and develops the understanding. Some Orthodox churches celebrate, and Pentecost, the feast of the Holy Trinity or the three divine persons (the father, the son and the Holy Spirit).
The Germany, the Belgium and the France, the Netherlands, the Norway the Switzerland are among countries where the day after Pentecost is a feast day. This occurs also in several regions of Spain, such as Catalonia.
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