All Saint’s Day
All Saints Day is a solemn holy day of the Catholic Church celebrated annually on November 1st. The day is dedicated to the Saints of the Church, that is all those who have attained heaven. It should not be confused with All Souls’ Day, which is observed on November 2, and is dedicated to those who have died and not yet reached heaven.
The Christian festival of All Saints Day comes from a conviction that there is a spiritual connection between those in Heaven and on Earth. In Catholic tradition, they honor all those that have passed to the dominion of Heaven. It’s a holiday in numerous historically Catholic countries.
In Methodist tradition, 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. Additionally, individuals throughout Christian history are celebrated, like Peter the Apostle and clergyman, similarly as those that have personally guided one to faith in Jesus, like one’s relative and friend.
Why November 1? The present date of November 1 was instituted by Pope Gregory III. When he consecrated a chapel to all or any the martyrs in Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
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|Date:||November 1, 2020|