TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - November 1st marks All Saints Day.
Christians across the world are celebrating all the saints, the citizens of Heaven.
All Saints Day is a feast day, one of the biggest celebrations the church has to offer.
"We have recognized they have made it to the promise land. They have run the good race, they have fought the good fight, so it's celebrating their triumph and victory," Father Dan Bedel said.
November 2nd marks 'All Souls Day.'
Both All Saints Day and All Souls Day go together.
They are celebrations of those who have gone before us in faith.
- Christians celebrate All Saints Day
- ISU Celebrates Founders Day
- Saint Mary-of-the-Woods celebrates 182nd commencement
- Christian school coming to Dana
- Saint Patrick's Day parade kicks off in downtown Terre Haute
- Law firm offers free taxi rides on Saint Patrick's Day
- Christian Women's Connection holds sing-along event
- New Christian school to hold open house
- New Christian school holds first open house
- Java drinkers celebrate National Coffee Day