Eastertide is the season in which we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord. It begins on Easter Sunday, and ends with the week following Pentecost Sunday.

The chants at Mass make greater use of the word Alleluia, largely to make up for the suppression of that word since Pre-Lent. With the exception of Easter Week, there is no Gradual chant before the Gospel, and only Alleluias are chanted.

Arguably, there is a sub-season during this period called Ascenciontide, which starts with the feast of the Ascension and ends with Pentecost.

White (or Gold) vestments and paraments are used throughout the season, with the exception of Pentecost, which uses Red.

Sundays and other Special Days during Eastertide