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Five Ways to Celebrate All Saints’ Day

Time:2018-10-08 Views:2

All Saints’ Day, also called All Hallows’ Day, Hallowmas, or Feast of All Saints, in the Christian church, a day commemorating all the saints of the church, both known and unknown, who have attained heaven. It is celebrated on November 1st in the Western churches and on the first Sunday after Pentecost in the Eastern churches. In Roman Catholicism, the feast is usually a holy day of obligation.

If you are looking for ideas for how you can celebrate this feast day, here are five great ones:

Decorate Your Home with an All Saints’ Theme

A great way to celebrate All Saints’ Day is with All Saints’ décor. For the feast day, you can make a centerpiece for your home. One way to do this is by arranging beautiful colored branches on a table, and hangs saint medals on the branches. This will be a beauty for the whole family to see. The kids will also enjoy playing a few games of “I Spy” as they search through the medals hanging on the branches to find a special saint. 

Carve a Pumpkin with Christian Symbols

There are tons of creative pumpkin Christian pumpkin themes, from angel carvings to Bible verses. You can even carve a goofy face on one side and your favorite Bible verse on the other. There are some really great online resources to help you light up the night reflecting your faith!

Give a gift

Gift someone (your child, family, friends, neighbors) with something special to call their hearts and mind to God. Here are some ideas:

· Holy Cards

· Saint Book

Make some “Saintly” Crafts

While I’m not much of a crafter, it can be fun to set aside liturgical feasts to work on crafts as a family.  Here are some of my favorites Magnets Pins:

Learn the Hymn “I Sing a Song of the Saints of God”

I love this hymn and the way it highlights the diversity of the Saints and our own call to holiness.  My family always enjoys reading the book I Sing a Song of the Saints of God which highlights the hymn.  There isn’t much of a story to this book, but it is fun to pick out the saints in the pictures.

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