All Souls' Day known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed and the Day of the Dead, is a day of prayer and remembrance for the souls of those who have died, observed by some Christian denominations. All Souls' Day is although not celebrated in Western Christianity. Practitioners of All Souls' Day traditions remember deceased loved ones in various ways on the day. Beliefs and practices associated with All Souls' Day vary among Christian churches and denominations. In contemporary Western Christianity the annual celebration is held on 2 November, is part of the season of Allhallowtide that includes All Saints' Day and its eve, Halloween. Prior to the standardization of Catholic observance on 2 November by St. Odlio of Cluny during the 10th century, many Catholic congregations celebrated All Souls Day on various dates during the Easter season as it is still observed in some Eastern Orthodox Church and Eastern Catholic Churches. In some countries, All Saints' Day is a public holiday.
People visit graves and conduct other All Souls' Day practices on All Saints Day instead. Countries where All Souls' Day traditions are observed on All Saints' Day in this fashion include Belgium and Herzegovina, the Czech Republic, Finland, Guatemala, Italy, Macedonia, the Philippines, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden. Many All Souls' Day traditions reflect popular notions associated with purgatory. For example, ringing bells for the dead was believed to comfort them in their cleansing, while the sharing of soul cakes with the poor helped to buy the dead a bit of respite from the suffering of purgatory. In the same way, lighting candles was meant to kindle a light for the dead souls languishing in the darkness. Out of this grew the traditions of "going souling" and the baking of special types of bread or cakes. In Tirol, cakes are left for them on the table and the room kept warm for their comfort. In Brittany, people flock to the cemeteries at nightfall to kneel, bareheaded, at the graves of their loved ones, to anoint the hollow of the tombstone with holy water or to pour libations of milk on it.
At bedtime, the supper is left on the table for the souls. In Malta, a traditional All Souls' supper includes roasted pig, based on a custom of letting a pig loose on the streets with a bell around its neck, to be fed by the entire neighborhood and cooked on that day to feed the poor. In Linz, funereal musical pieces known as aequales were played from tower tops on All Souls' Day and the evening before. In the Philippines, Hallow mas is variously called "Undás", "Todos los Santos", sometimes "Araw ng mga Patay / Yumao", which incorporates All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Filipinos traditionally observe this day by visiting the family dead to clean and repair their tombs. Offerings of prayers, flowers and food. Chinese Filipinos additionally burn kim. Many spend the day and ensuing night holding reunions at the cemetery with feasts and merriment. Saturday of Souls is a day set aside for the commemoration of the dead within the liturgical year of the Eastern Orthodox and Byzantine Catholic Churches.
Saturday is a traditional day of prayer for the dead, because Christ lay dead in the Tomb on Saturday. These days are devoted to prayer for departed relatives and others among the faithful who would not be commemorated as saints; the Divine Services on these days have special hymns added to them to commemorate the departed. There is oftena Panikhida either after the Divine Liturgy on Saturday morning or after Vespers on Friday evening, for which Koliva is prepared and placed on the Panikhida table. After the Service, the priest blesses the Koliva, it is eaten as a memorial by all present. Another Memorial Day in the East, does not fall on a Saturday, but on either Monday or Tuesday of the second week after Pascha. Radonitsa does not have special hymns for the dead at the Divine Services. Instead a Panikhida will follow the Divine Liturgy, all will bring paschal foods to the cemeteries to greet the departed with the joy of the Resurrection. East Syriac churches including the Syro Malabar Church and Chaldean Catholic Church commemorates the feast of departed faithful on the last Friday of Epiphany season.
The season of Epiphany remembers the revelation of Christ to the world. Each Friday of Epiphany season, the church remembers important evangelistic figures. In East Syriac liturgy, the church remembers departed souls including saints on every Fridays throughout the year since the Christ was crucified and died on Friday. In the Syro Malabar Church, the Friday before the parish festival is celebrated as feast of departed faithful when the parish remembers the activities of forebearers who worked for the parish and faithful, they request the intercession of all departed souls for the faithful celebration of parish festival. In the Catholic Church, "the faithful" refers to baptized Catholics. In the liturgical books of the western Catholic Church it is called the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, is celebrated annually on 2 November. In the ordinary form of the Roman
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