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All Saints' Day (1 November)

Posted: Tuesday 28th October 2014 03:40 pm

The Church’s long-standing practice of recognising and remembering particular saints on particular days is one way in which the Church has sought to be obedient to the 5th commandment.

The celebration of the feast of All Saints' Day on 1 November each year not only recognises the indebtedness we have to those whose lips have spoken the gospel and whose lives have adorned the gospel, but to all those 'standard Christians' who have faithfully delivered the gospel to us.

The Revd Thom Bull, Priest-in-Charge at the Parish of Ellenbrook explains.

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