All Saints

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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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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.
Bong Rillo, head of the Worship Ministry of PLDM, All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day should be remembered as holy days and not a time for scary Halloween parties.
President Duterte on Thursday again mocked the Catholic Church, this time about the celebration of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day.
President Duterte's remarks came on the same day Malacanang issued his message for All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day, calling on Filipinos for a 'solemn and meaningful' celebration' and urging the public to 'emulate our saints.'
1 marks the Christian tradition of All Saints' Day which holds deep spiritual importance among many Roman Catholics.
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.
Meanwhile, family members and friends of the faithful departed traditionally observe All Saints' Day with a visit to cemeteries and columbariums to offer prayers and flowers and to light candles in memory of loved ones who have passed on.
IN PRACTICE On the feast of All Saints' Day, we remember the holy men and women who have gone before us.
Father Utrecht, the translator of Father Turk's biography, is a member of the first Canadian Oratory; All Saints' Day, 1995, was the 20th anniversary of its foundation.
This one is populist, and it begins with Halloween, the last day of October, continues with All Saints' Day, the first day of November, and concludes with All Souls' Day, November 2.
On the Day of the Dead (All Saints' and All Souls' Day) pictures of deceased family members are put on the altars or shrines of churches.