Why Greek Orthodox and Western Easter will Never Coincide After 2700

In part due to calendar differences, Easter for the Greek Orthodox Church and for the Catholic Church don’t often fall on the same day, and by 2700, they will never coincide again. Although Greece finally adopted the Gregorian calendar we use today in 1923, the Orthodox Church still calculates Easter day using the Julian calendar, which is 13 days behind the Gregorian calendar due to an error in calculation.
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