All Saints’ Day honours all of the known and unknown saints – even those not recognised by the Church, according to the Catholic Faith.
Anglicans, Catholics, Protestants, Methodists and believers of other major branches of Christianity all observe the solemn festival every year.
Some worshippers will use the day to visit the graves of their deceased relatives, placing fresh flowers or lighted candles.
In many countries such as Belgium, Chile, France, Hungary, Italy, Poland, the Philippines and Spain, the religious occasion is marked as a national holiday.
When is All Saints’ Day?
The majority of western Christian churches recognise All Saints Day as November 1, the day after Halloween on October 31.
The day also goes by the name All Hallows Tide, All-Halloas or All Hallows’ Day.
But in many eastern churches, the religious festival is held on the first Sunday after Pentecost.
To add a Facebook All Saints’ Day Frame to your profile picture, follow the steps below:
- Go to the: profile picture frame feature
- Search and select the frame you want on the left side. You can search for: “All Saints’ Day“
- If you want to switch back to your old profile picture without a frame select the time you want to switch back.
- Click Use as Profile Picture to save