A common comparison often debates whether Easter is a major Sunday or every Sunday is a mini Easter. The heart of the debate lies at the source of what is the primary celebration in the Christian liturgical tradition to be the source of the Church's life and the summit of the Church's activity (SCL 10). The real answer to this dilemma is that every Sunday is paramount, because it is the day of the Eucharist.
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Hardiman, R. (2005). The structure of the eucharist prayer: Praying the heart of the paschal mystery. Pastoral Liturgy, 35(4-5), 15-21.