Easter Proclamation

"'Easter Proclamation may refer to:
*The Exultet, a Christian hymn intoned by the deacon during the Easter Vigil in western-rite churches.
*The Proclamation of the Irish Republic, issued during the Easter Rising in Ireland.


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