Monday, November 01, 2010

All Saints Day.

I went into my archives tonight to see what I have shared in the past about All Saints.

I was surprised to find that I haven't done a post on All Saints. Our parish in Port Augusta is All Saints parish and since it is our feast day, I thought I would have posted on this before.

For our parish celebration tonight, we had mass followed by benediction with the litany of the saints.

After we shared Coffee and Cake.

Our Catholic faith is so full of good things. There is so much to learn from the Saints that have been here before us and when we celebrate their lives, we give glory to God for the work he has done in them.

All through the month of November, we will be praying for all the souls of the faithful departed. If there are any people in particular you would like us to pray for this month. let me know in the comment box.

All Holy Men and Women,

Pray for us.
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