All Saints' Day - November 1, 2021
All Saints' Day is a sacred feast day celebrated the day after All Hallows' Eve on 1st of November by
Anglicans and Roman Catholics. It is an opportunity for believers to remember all saints and martyrs, known
and unknown, who lived lives of holiness throughout Christian history. Many bereaved offer cemetery and
grave rituals such as the placing of flowers, burning of candles, leaving of remembrance tokens and the offering
up of prayers or blessings at the graves of loved ones on All Saints Day.
Many believe the veil between the land of the living and the dead is thinnest at this time of the year.
What do you think? Do you celebrate All Saints' Day?
If so, what do you do to let your loved ones know you are thinking of them?
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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