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Where Did Halloween Originate?

Back in the 1700’s, the Catholic Church built a chapel to honor the saints on the eve of All Saints Day, which is November first. The word “Halloween” means “hallowed or holy evening” and was meant to be a holy time to meditate and prepare to honor the saints on October 31, the eve of All Saint’s Day.

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Halloween

Will Trick-or-Treating send your child to hell? No! But as we approach what is fast becoming a national holiday in the USA, let’s examine the one who gets the most glory from this day—Satan himself.

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The Candy Cane Legend

During the Christmas season, we see a very familiar type of cane—one made of candy—an emblem specifically created to help celebrate the birth of Christ

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