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.
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
- Easter Day,
- Days of Easter Week,
- First Sunday after Easter, also being called Low Sunday,
- Second Sunday after Easter,
- Third Sunday after Easter,
- Fourth Sunday after Easter,
- Fifth Sunday after Easter, also known as Rogation Sunday,
- Rogation Days,
- Ascension Day,
- Sunday after Ascension Day,
- Day of Pentecost, also being called Whitsunday, and
- Whitsuntide Ember Days, with
- Trinity Sunday being the Octave Day of Pentecost but outside of Eastertide