This is what Pope Francis is recommending:
Speaking to a global gathering of priests, Pope Francis signaled an openness to changing the date of Easter in the West so that all Christians around the world could celebrate the feast on the same day.I think the date of Easter is more ideological for Eastern Orthodoxy and thus the West would have to follow their date for it and the means to calculate it. It would be easy for the pope, any pope, to simply say we're following the Eastern Orthodox way to calculate Easter and from hence forth we will celebrate it on the same day.
The Pope on June 12 said “we have to come to an agreement” for a common date on Easter.
His comments came in remarks to the World Retreat of Priests at the Basilica of Saint John Lateran in Rome. The event drew priests from five continents.
Noting jokingly that Christians could say to one another: “When did Christ rise from the dead? My Christ rose today, and yours next week,” he said that this disunity is a scandal.
The Orthodox churches normally celebrate Easter a week after the Catholics. Some Orthodox leaders have also reflected on the dating of the Christian holy day. In May, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II wrote to the papal nuncio in Egypt suggesting a common date for Easter.
Historian Lucetta Scaraffia, writing in the Vatican daily newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, said the Pope is offering this initiative to change the date of Easter “as a gift of unity with the other Christian churches.”
But then what about the Protestants who glory in denominational differences? We might get some Episcopalians to join us with the Orthodox, but other groups of Episcopalians will say NO!
Can you imagine "Mary, Weeping Over the Catholic Church Very Unreformed Primitive Baptist Church" going along with the anti-Christ pope in Rome (the reason Mary is weeping) and changing the way Easter is calculated (although they accept, oddly enough, the Gregorian Calendar!)?
So when the Pope goes along with the Orthodox on Easter's date, what will happen in Macon, Georgia? The small Catholic minority will be in sync with the even smaller, miniscule Orthodox community here in Macon. We'll celebrate Easter together (but have no real ecumenical partnership because they don't want it) and the rest of the Christians in Macon, forming about 99% of the Christian population will celebrate it using the Catholic Gregorian Calendar. How weird will that be?