Often, Neglected, All Saints’ Day Offers Moment for Remembrance and Reflection

“Some 41 million children from 5 to 14 years old will don costumes, knock on doors, hold out bags or jack-o-lantern buckets, waiting to have them filled with candy….U.S. Baptists are all too familiar with Halloween and too unfamiliar with ‘All Saints’ Day’ on Nov. 1. So, what is this lesser-known holiday about and who are the ‘saints’ being celebrated?”

You can read more of my article on EthicsDaily.com: http://ethicsdaily.com/often-neglected-all-saints-day-offers-moment-for-remembrance-and-reflection-cms-21243


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