For example, year 1995 gave us a PFM date of April 5, and step 2 gave us a total result of 9.

ENGLAND used the Julian calendar until 1752, so its Easter Sunday dates are obtained by using steps 1, 2 and 3 (but not 4) of the Orthodox Method stated here. From 1753 England adopted the (revised) PFM Gregorian dates Table A and subsequent tables used in the calculations above.

For example, English Easter Sunday date for 1750 A. The Gregorian calendar omits certain February 29 dates to keep its dates aligned with the seasons and position of Earth in relation to the Sun.

To determine the Orthodox Easter Sunday date, it is first necessary to find the Julian Easter Sunday date, then to add the number of days which have been "skipped" in the Gregorian calendar.

See Finding Orthodox Easter Sunday Dates with a Calculator for a simple explanation of this procedure.

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Orthodox churches became fully autonomous in 1054 A.

D., and celebrate their Easter always on the basis of the Julian calendar and the "19 PFM dates" table.

The Gregorian calendar very closely maintains the alignment of seasons and calendar dates by having leap years in only 1 of every 4 century years, namely, those divisible exactly by 400.