All Souls' Day

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a day of supplication for all the souls in purgatory

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Police are bracing for the return of millions of Filipinos who took advantage of the long weekend last week to observe All Saints Day and All Souls Days and go on vacation in the provinces.
The day after All Souls Day, is the so-called Sunday of the Last Judgment or the second Sunday before Great Lent.
All Souls Day remembers and prays for "all the faithful departed"; Dia de los Muertos welcomes the return of the departed for a yearly family visit.
This is followed on November 2 by All Souls Day, an opportunity to pay respect to, and remember, the souls of all friends and loved ones who have died and gone to heaven.
November 2 was All Souls Day. We have collapsed the two days into one celebration.
All Souls Day is to be celebrated with a simple service at All Saints' Church in Cleadon Village at 11.30am on Friday followed by a two-course meal at the Cleadon Day Club in the church hall.
Cees Nooteboom, All Souls Day. Translated by Susan Massotty.
All Souls Day is more than twice as long as any of Nooteboom's books, which are less novels than fables.
All Souls Day is also important as we remember all whom we've known and lov ed, and, in particular, those we have loved most.
As the Roman Catholic Church marks the Solemnity of All Souls Day tomorrow, a Church leader reminds the faithful "that we are all just passing by towards our final destination, our true home, that is in heaven."
He said these additional personnel from the PNP is not included in the 32,000 police officers to be deployed across the country during the observance of All Saints and All Souls Day.
How much healthier it would be if children were brought up to celebrate All Saint's Day on November 1st and All Souls Day on November.
All Souls Day was remembered quietly with an evening communion when the congregation remembered departed loved ones.
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