Observing … and Celebrating … All Saints’ Day

By The Stream Published on November 1, 2018

Today is All Saints’ Day, aka All Hallows’ Day, aka the Feast of All Saints’ day. Although a solemn holiday in the liturgical calendar, it is also a time for costumes, color and candlelight. Who can’t smile at the site of little tykes dressed up as major figures of the faith? 

Here’s a sampling of how All Saints’ Day is being observed here and abroad.





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