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All Saints’ Day

All Saints' Day - festival that honors saints, and also celebrates the victory of Christ over death mainly celebrated in the Roman Catholic faith. #AllSaintsDay

All Saints’ Day – festival that honors saints, and also celebrates the victory of Christ over death mainly celebrated in the Roman Catholic faith.  #AllSaintsDay

All Saints’ Day

All Saints' Day - festival that honors saints, and also celebrates the victory of Christ over death. #AllSaintsDay

This day is a Christian festival that honors saints, and also celebrates the victory of Christ over death. Catholic Churches and Protestant Churches are usually the ones that pay honor to the saints and they each do them differently.

This day is held annually on October 1.

A Catholic Holy Day of Obligation that requires individuals to attend services. The day commemorates and is dedicated to all of the saints of the Church, or those who have attained heavenly entry. Celebrated on November 1 each year in Western churches, and on the first Sunday after Pentecost in Eastern churches.

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Also known as

  • All Hallows Tide
  • All Hallows’ Day
  • Feast of All Saints
  • Hallowmas
  • Solemnity of All Saints

First published November 1, 2018. Last updated or republished October 30, 2019.

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