Easter is a Pagan Holiday (Ishtar)
Sun-worship made perfect sense to the common mind before telescopes.
The sun came up every day and gave you warmth, crops, food, and light.
The logic went, "Who needed some invisible god when you had the ever-reliable sun?"
But Yahushuah's teaching was so powerful that Constantine couldn't fight it.
So in a classic, "if you can't beat 'em, join' em" move, Constantine enforced a blended form of Christianity and Mithraism on the empire.
Constantine out-lawed the true Sabbath, and enforced Sun-day worship under penalty of death.
Constantine established Catholicism (Latin meaning: Universalism) by setting the dates for observing the weekly "sabbath" as Sun-day, and Easter for the empire.
Easter was already one of several vital Pagan observances, originally "Ishtar", commemorating the impregnation of the Earth-Mother nine months prior to the winter solstice!
(Count the months: April conceptions get birthed in December...)
Springtime was sacred to the sex worshipers of Phoenicia.
Their fertility goddess, Astarte, or Ishtar (Aphrodite to the Greeks),
had as her symbols the egg and the hare.
She had an insatiable thirst for blood and immoral sex.
Her statues variously depicted her as having rudely exaggerated sex organs
or with an egg in her hand and a rabbit ( Astarte-Esther-The
Easter Bunny) at her side.
So Easter celebrates the sex act which creates the sun, and 'Christmas' (Winter Solstice) celebrates the re-birth of the Sun.
Deuteronomy 12:30&31 clearly forbid the worship of YHWH after Pagan ways/methods/patterns.
So you can scratch Easter and Christmas off of the list of things you have to be concerned with.
No more going into debt for Christmas presents...
No more lying to your children about Santa...
No more feeling guilty if you don't go to 'church' (circe) on those days.
Don't you feel a weight lifting off of your back?
Yahshuah's burden is light, isn't it?