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All´ Saints`

1.The first day of November, called, also, Allhallows or Hallowmas; a feast day kept in honor of all the saints; also, the season of this festival.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The first quarter went all Saints way with Nick Collins and a Fergus Harte leading the way as the early trading scores gave way to a Saints lead after 10 minutes at 24-12.
This learning culminates with the Mass of the Feast of All Saints. First grade students show that we are all "saints in the making" at the Mass.
Unlike the usual scary costumes during Halloween, children in Quezon City paraded as little saints and angels in time with the observance of the All Saints' Day.
President Duterte on Thursday again mocked the Catholic Church, this time about the celebration of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day.
1 marks the Christian tradition of All Saints' Day which holds deep spiritual importance among many Roman Catholics.
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Instead of trick-or-treating (or worse, bar-hopping) on Halloween, hundreds of the faithful gather with the Dominican religious for the Vigil of the Saints--celebrated on the eve of All Saints' Day.
If I mention All Saints the younger generation is most likely to think of a popular music group.
Slaves were no longer taken directly into the port of Salvador; slave ships unloaded their illegal human cargoes clandestinely on the islands of the Bay of All Saints or at the mouth of the Rio d'Una.
Some cynics, hastily reading the title, might jump to the conclusion that All Saints is a "non-book," a scissor-and-paste assemblage of a saint for every day, with pious reflections.
Roman Catholics mark the Solemnity of All Saints Day today and a Church leader called on the faithful "to be living saints by performing random acts of kindness every day."