Celebrating Allhallowtide

I put together this bi-fold pamphlet about Allhallowtide with some suggestions on how to celebrate it at home with your loved ones. Feel free to use this.

I was raised Roman Catholic in the USA so I have always had some connection to praying with the saints and remembering my ancestors, but it is only in recent years that I put together an area that I keep permanently set up for remembering my loved ones who have passed away. Here’s what mine looks like so you can consider how you might set up a temporary or permanent altar for remembering your loved ones who have died.

“Suddenly my ancestors are behind me. ‘Be still,’ they say. ‘Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.'” – Linda Hogan, Chickasaw poet.

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