Candles, flowers and more..

November 1 marks the ALL SAINTS’ DAY festive for Christians. It is also known as All Hallows Day or Halloween. Usually, a mass has been celebrated early in the morning in Christian churches followed by holy ceremonies in cemeteries. Other Christians, specifically Filipinos, used to visit their deceased relatives in the cemetery on that day also. They light candles, bring foods which are faved by their deceased relatives and other stuffs.

Merry Halloween with my nephew – Didong

In some cases, a Halloween party has been done and celebrated the nigt of Oct. 31 to welcome the midnight of the Halloween. The party is usually of halloween costumes such as wearing skeletons, acting as if dead, bringing pumpkins, and a lot more. It’s kind’a costume halloween party.

Merry Halloween to you all!

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