Hallowe’en, Reformation Day, and All Saints’ Day


All Saints Day, 1st November 1984 in the Beski...

All Saints Day, 1st November 1984 in the Beskiel Cemetery, Oswiecim, Poland.

I’m a bit late to the party, but here are several church-historical reflections on the little pile-up of holidays yesterday and today:

Hallowe’en (a Catholic reflection on why it is not Pagan and why we should celebrate it)

Reformation Day (a nifty Google Timeline of many mentions from many years)

All Saints’ Day (a lectionary meditation by an English/theology/Bible professor)

One response to “Hallowe’en, Reformation Day, and All Saints’ Day

  1. Thanks for the link. I’ve not had a chance to read around much here, but judging by the titles of your recent posts, I might well start.

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