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Halloween: Making Something Out of Nothing

Halloween: Making Something Out of Nothing

The Church gives us two great feasts right after Halloween, All Souls and All Saints Days. In these days, we remember in thought and prayer all of those who have gone before us as heroes and saints for our great Faith, and all of those we loved who have departed. In a special way, we unite ourselves as the full Church in the Communion of Saints.

See this article on October 27, 2014...

What is your opinion?
When you were a kid, would you say most of your friendships...?
Led you closer to Christ
Led you into sinful behavior
Did not help you become holier, but still provided a lot of good memories
I was more of a loner

Last Week's Poll   
Have you ever heard of Fulton J. Sheen?
No, he isn’t familiar to me
Isn’t he the priest with the cape?
Yes, I’m familiar with his quotes around the internet and a few video clips
Yes, I’ve watched his show or read one of his many books—very familiar!

Total Votes: 2415