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Easter Eggs by Father Paul

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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2010

The egg has been a symbol of life in the Ukraine and other Slavic countries since ancient times. It was customary to give decorated eggs denoting stages of life in the spring. Colorful symbols representing nature and passed from mother to daughter enlivened the surfaces of eggs called pysanky.

In this video Father Paul Luniw (St. Michael's Byzantine Catholic Church, Terryville, CT), will demonstrate the art of pysanky. Video by David DelPoio

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