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Poll: Will you mark Easter with a religious tradition?

As the Christian world marks the most important date in its calendar, we’d like to know if you plan to do anything religious for Easter.

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EASTER SUNDAY MARKS the resurrection of Jesus and is the most important date on the Christian calendar (as well as a primary day for guilt-free gorging on mounts of chocolate).

The new head of the Roman Catholic church, Pope Francis, is celebrating his first Easter Sunday Mass at the Vatican, along with festivities and ceremonies by other Christian denominations all across the world.

We’d like to know: will you mark Easter with a religious tradition?

Poll Results:

No, I'm not Christian (1620)
No, I don't have any interest (1099)
No, I won't manage (998)
Yes, I will do something religious/spiritual (570)

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