Have you ever wondered—beyond a general idea—what exactly is the meaning behind the trilogy of Catholic Feast Days known through the ages as All Hallows Eve (which evolved into “Halloween”), All Saints Day (a holy day of obligation) and All Souls Day?!
The Catholic Business Journal has answers!
Thanks to Legatus, a national and now international group for higher level Catholic CEOs and C-suite officers, that underwrote a short series of short video clips in collaboration with a TERRIFIC, DYNAMIC and FAITHFUL group of Carmelite nuns in Los Angeles—the Alhambra, California-based Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we have access to a down-to-earth, practical and historically accurate and Faith-filled understanding of these three days from a Catholic Christian perspective.
WHAT ARE THE CATHOLIC FEAST DAYS OF: All Hallows Eve (Halloween), All Saints Day—a Holy Day of Obligation, and All Souls Day?
View the short series below … and why not teach your family, kids and grandkids… and parish, too?!!
After all, to quote the great Saint Catherine of Siena:
“Preach the Truth as if you had a million voices. It is silence that kills the world.”
1. Vigil of All Saints (All Hallows Eve / Halloween)
2. All Saints Day (All Hallows Day) — Holy Day of Obligation
3. All Souls Day