What Is the Origin of Halloween

In 835, Pope Gregory IV designated November 1 as All Saints Day or All Hallow’’s Day, the term Hallow’’s referring to saints. The day before this, October 31, was known as All Hallow’’s Evening, the evening before All Hallows Day. How did we get the condensed term Halloween? Look at the term “All Hallow’’s Evening.” If we drop the word “all,” the “s” on Hallow’’s and the “v” and “ing” on evening, the result spells Halloween. This E-Book takes another look at Halloween and the Church.

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Author

Bishop Dr. A. R. Massenburg

Pages

4

Publisher

RAM Publications

Language

English

Email

info@bishopmassenburg.com

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