Dies Domini is an apostolic letter promulgated by Pope John Paul II on July 30,1998. In this doctrine, Pope John Paul encourages the Catholic population to 'rediscover the meaning' behind keeping the Lord's Day holy. “

It is the day which recalls in grateful adoration the world’s first day and looks forward in active hope to the ‘last day,’ when Christ will come in glory and all things will be made new.” Some[who?] think every seven days, the Church celebrates the Easter mystery, rather than the traditional once per year. This is a tradition going back to the Apostles, taking its origin from the actual day of Christ’s Resurrection—a day thus appropriately designated “ the Lord’s Day.”

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