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Easter is one of the most widely celebrated Christian holidays in Romania, and Maramures has its own wealth of traditions that people still maintain. Easter night is the most important night in the lives of Romanian Christians. Easter Mass takes place at midnight and it announces Christ's Resurrection as the most valuable truth on which Christian belief relies. Easter is most often associated with the idea of "light" in Romanian culture. All those who attend the midnight church service return home with candles lit from an official candle blessed during Mass so that the light received can shine inside their homes for as long as possible. The meaning of light in this context is very complex. It stands for both physical and spiritual illumination as well as for hope in Salvation and Redemption for all believers. Sunday morning is the traditional Easter ceremony of the blessing of the dishes. Each family sat in wicker baskets red eggs, lamb, ham, wine and bread, to be blessed by priest after mass.

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  • Maramures is considered by many tobe the heart and soul of rural Romania.With its picturesque countryside of smallvillages, rolling hills, pastures, and meadowsfull of wildflowers, Maramures epitomizes all that the rural lifestyleencompasses. Visitors to Maramures have aunique opportunity to step back in time andbear witness to simpler times andsimpler lives.Rural and ecotourismopportunitiesabound throughout Maramures.
  • Christian communities in Romania date from the 2nd and 3rd centuries. According to an oral history first recorded by Hippolytus of Rome in the early 3rd century, Jesus Christ's teachings were first propagated in "Scythia" by St. Andrew. Christianity in Romania can be considered of apostolic origin. In Scythia Minor a large number of Christians were martyred during the Diocletianic Persecution at the turn of the 3rd and 4th centuries.The oldest proof that a church hierarchy existed in the territory that is now Romania is a papal bull of 1234. In the territories east and south of the Carpathian Mountains, two metropolitan sees subordinate to the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople were set up after the foundation of two principalities, Wallachia and Moldavia in the 14th century. 
  • ÎnMaramureş s-a truditmultpentruintroducerealimbiiromâneînbiserică. Tot aici s-au tradus pentru întâia oară cărţi din Biblie (Mănăstirea Peri). S-au păstrat dintre acestea Faptele Apostolilor, iar din Epistolele Soborniceşti Epistola Sfântului Apostol Iacob, Epistola sobornicească întâia a Sfântului Apostol Petru, Epistola sobornicească a doua a Sfântului Apostol Petru, cele patru scrieri care au constituit cartea numită „Codicele Voroneţean". Apoi s-au tradus Psaltirea Şcheiană, Psaltirea Voroneţeană şi Psaltirea Hurmuzacki. Poate că s-au tradus şi alte cărţi, dar manuscrisele lor s-au pierdut.„Mare şi sfântă rămâne această lucrare de traducere, pentru că de atunci Dumnezeu a început să vorbească în limba română cu neamul nostru", ne spune Prof.Dr.Nuţu Roşca în lucrarea sa monografică „Mănăstirea Săpânţa-Peri" (Dan Nichi)

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  • 2. The Romanians go at night, on HolySaturday, to Church, for celebrating theResurrection of Christ. The first words the priestsays in the Resurrections Night are: "Come toreceive light!“ Then each and every Christiangoes to light their candles, because this signifiesthe spiritual light, that Jesus has risen for thedeath.Sunday morning, baskets covered with towelsadorned with flowers, containing red paintedeggs, „pasca‟ (a sweet cheese creamcake), knot-shaped bread, pies, and braisedlamb - are brought to the church to be blessedbefore the traditional Easter lunch.Pentru slujba din Duminica Paştilor fiecarefamilie a aşezat în coşuri de nuiele ouăroşii, pască, carne de miel, şuncă, pălincă, vin şicozonac, pe care le-a acoperit cu şervete albebrodate, folosite doar la acest ceremonial desfinţire a bucatelor specifice de Paşti.
  • 3. Maramureşul este una dintre zonele geografice cu cel mai puternic şi autenticspirit tradiţional românesc fiind puternic ancorat în credinţă nu doar în tradiţii.
  • 4. „E un obicei din strămoşi. Oamenii atârnă ouăle în pomi ca săferească gospodăriile de duhurile rele. Mai demult, când nu eraasfalt pe drum, ci numai piatră, femeile aruncau cojile nucilor pe carele spărgeau pentru umplutura de cozonaci în faţa porţii tot ca săalunge spiritele rele şi să aibă bogăţie la casă”.În unele sate din Ţara Lăpuşului şi Maramureş, cojile de ouă searuncă în drumul ţării ca să fie cu spor la ouat, aşa cum umblă pedrum trecătorii. „În unele sate cojile de ouă înroşite se aruncă pe apăca să fie cu spor găinile la ouat cum umblă apa pe vale de cu spor.”(Etnograful maramureşean Pamfil Bilţiu). În Şurdeşti încă se maiobişnuieşte să se arunce cojile de la ouăle vopsite în drum, la felcum se obişnuieşte ca pomii din faţa casei să fie împodobiţi,asemenea unui brad de Crăciun cu globuri, cu ouă din care au fostscoase albuşul şi gălbenuşul şi folosite pentru bucatele pregătitepentru Paşti.Obiceiul este prezent şi în sate din Lăpuş, unde ouăle golite deconţinut ornează copacii din grădină pentru sporul rodului lor, PamfilBilţiu explicând că acest lucru argumentează funcţiile fertilizatoareale oului.The egg, the magnificent preserver of the mystery of the origin oflife, has always been related to the rites of the revival of nature.Even today Romanians believe that Easter eggs bring luck andprotect their homes against demons and unholy spirits. The shells ofthe Easter eggs are blessed; they should not be thrown away, butsprinkled over the soil in gardens to provide for fertility and richercrops or hanged in trees in front of the house.
  • 5. Text: Internet Fotografii & prezentare: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Paula Seling - Hristos a înviat din morţi