The significance of All Saints Day

1 November 2021

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On 1st November, the Roman Catholic Church celebrates All Saints Day. In a world at a loss for meaning, what is the significance of All Saints Day?

What is the significance of All Saints Day? We live in a world at a loss for meaning. We too sometimes might wonder about the meaning of our work, our commitments, or our life.

The feast of All Saints Day reminds us that meaning is to be found in every experience. All that we are and all that we experience is of significance.

My existence is due to love. My life is meant for love. Thus all my joys, sorrows, trials, work, all that makes my life holds a significance and finds its whole meaning in the afterlife.

My existence is meant for God. My being is meant for love.

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