by Marijana Rebic S.g.Fijet
All Saints Day and All Souls Day- Remembering all who are no longer with us but continue to live in our memories.
We celebrate today the solemnity of All Saints. This invites us to turn our gaze to the immense multitude of those who have already reached the blessed land, and points us on the path that will lead us to that destination.
This is Christian celebration in honor of all the saints from Christian history. All Saints Day relates to giving God earnest gratitude for the lives and deaths of his saints, remembering those who were well-known and not.
All Souls’ Day follows All Saints’ Day and is also called the Feast of All Souls. All Souls’ Day is connected with All Saints’ Day, where people take the time to decorate the graves of deceased loved ones and light candles in their memory.
All Souls Day is all about remembering our loved ones who are no longer with us but continue to live in our memories.
All Souls’ Day commemorates the faithful departed in Western Christianity, the Catholic Church, some churches of the Anglican Communion, the Old Catholic Churches, some the Eastern Orthodox churches and a few other denominations of Christianity.
Make it special days by remembering and praying for all those who are no longer with you , who are close to your heart once.
For my parents, for all who are no longer with me and my family, who are always on ourmind, forever in our hearts.
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