And Eastern Catholics, naturally, though in Jordan and Egypt, and parts (or the whole) of Palestine I understand, they follow the Orthodox reckoning in this regard. The Latin Church, if I remember correctly, and to the surprise of many, follows the Eastern calendar in certain areas of Palestine (Nazareth for example), though it follows the Western in Jerusalem. The Melchites, and I claim ignorance in this matter, celebrate Orthodox Easter either in all of Palestine, or only in certain areas of the country. In Jordan and Egypt, that same date is observed, while in primary Antiochian territories (Syria and Lebanon), this was hoped to become a reality with the patriarch's announcement in the presence of the pope of a common Easter but was later aborted.
In IC XC