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 Solemnity All Saints Holiday Resource
About Solemnity All Saints
The Solemnity All Saints is celebrated on 1st November. In the early days the Christians were accustomed to solemnize the anniversary of a martyr's death for the Christ at the place of martyrdom. The Solemnity All Saints Day is a surprisingly old feast. The Feast of All Saints is a holy day of the Church honoring all saints, known and unknown. All Saints, allowing us to experience the joy of being part of the large family of God's friends or, as St Paul writes, to "share the lot of the saints in light. Solemnity All Saints is celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost. The feast of All Saints achieved great prominence in the ninth century, in the reign of the Byzantine Emperor. A November festival of all the saints is already widely celebrated on the November 1 in the days of Charlemagne.
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