All saints day
The Solemnity of All Saints is celebrated on the first of November. It was instituted to honour all of the saints, both known and unknown, and, according to Pope Urban IV, to supply any deficiencies in the faithful’s celebration of saints’ feasts during the year. In the early days of
CNA Staff, Oct 26, 2020 / 06:26 pm MT (CNA).- The Archdiocese of Los Angeles is helping Catholic students and their families celebrate Día de los Muertos amid the pandemic this year, with online videos and craft kids for Catholic students. Instead of the usual in-person cultural events, the archdiocese’s
Solemnity of All Saints, Masses 6:00 p.m. and after November 1, 2019 6:00 p.m. Holy Trinity, 272 Bainbridge St., Dayton OH 45402 St. Albert the Great, 3033 Far Hills Ave., Kettering OH, 45429 St. Anthony of Padua Maronite (Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon), 2530 Victory Pkwy, Cincinnati OH 45206 St.
So on October 31st, it’s a fun night of trick or treat for the children (and some adults) in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. But the origin came from the Solemnity of All Saints, or All Hallows’ Day. The Solemnity of All Saints is celebrated on November 1st. It is a
In early November, the Church calendar calls us to celebrate the saints and to pray for the faithful departed. We should take this seriously. The month begins with All Saints Day, on which we honor and seek the help of all those in heaven, including those not officially recognized by
Catholics spend two days in prayer for the souls of those who have died in early November. All Souls Day and All Saints Day become the focus of our prayers as we grieve a little and remember a little the lives of those who have gone before us. When I
By Elise Harris CNA/EWTN News On the Solemnity of All Saints, Pope Francis said the mark of true holiness is living each day as a child of God, imitating both Jesus and the saintly individuals we encounter in the ordinary moments of life. In his Nov. 1 Angelus address, the
This image originally appeared in the November 2014 print edition of The Catholic Telegraph.
Staff Report On Halloween a group of students from St. Francis Seraph Catholic school in Over-the-Rhine were given an opportunity to trick-or-treat in a safe place hours before the evening candy-seekers hit the streets.