Joe Paprocki All Saint Souls English

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Remembering All Saints & All Souls Day

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One of the most popular games that children play is Simon Says . Who can describe how the game is played?

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Human beings learn by imitation!

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So, as we grow up, we often look up to certain people that we want to imitate.

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When it comes to our relationship with God, we can also learn by imitation. The people that we try to imitate are called Saints.

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1 All Saints During the month of November, we remember and honor the saints in a very special way. Does anyone know what we celebrate on November 1?

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2 All Souls And what do we celebrate on November 2?

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Can you name a saint? What do you know about this saint? Many Catholic parishes are named after saints. Can you think of some examples from the area in which you live?

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“I found companions among the saints – friends to turn to when I needed a helping hand. God in his wisdom has given us these companions of Jesus to accompany us along the way.” -Rev. James Martin, SJ

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So, what does it mean to be a saint? ALL of us are called to be saints!

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The Canonization of Saints

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There are specific steps involved in being canonized. A bishop promotes the cause of someone for sainthood. A group of people in the Vatican - the Congregation for Cause of Saints - evaluates the candidate's life. If approved, the pope proclaims that the candidate is venerable , which means that the person is a role model of Catholic virtues. If it is shown that a miracle has occurred through the intercession of this person, he or she is beatified (called Blessed). On Oct. 20, 2003, Mother Teresa was beatified. She is now known as Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta. If it is shown that a 2 nd miracle can be attributed to this person, he or she is canonized and called a saint.

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Examples of Saints’ Feast Days January 1: Mary, the Mother of God March 19: St. Joseph April 29: St. Catherine of Siena June 29: Sts. Peter and Paul July 31: St. Ignatius of Loyola October 4: St. Francis of Assisi November 30: St. Andrew December 13: St. Lucy Saints’ Feast Days www.usccb.org/calendar (Roman Liturgical Calendar)

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Mary’s Feast Days January 1: Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God * January 8: Our Lady of Prompt Succor February 2: Presentation of the Lord February 11: Our Lady of Lourdes March 25: Annunciation May 13: Our Lady of Fatima May 31: Visitation June 27: Our Mother of Perpetual Help August 15: Assumption * August 22: Queenship of Mary September 8: Birth of Mary September 12: The Most Holy Name of Mary September 15: Our Lady of Sorrows October 7: Our Lady of the Rosary November 21: Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary December 8: Immaculate Conception * December 12: Our Lady of Guadalupe * Holy Days of Obligation

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1 All Saints The Solemnity of All Saints

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Examples of Patron Saints St. Anthony: lost items St. Francis of Assisi: animals St. Peregrine: people suffering from cancer St. Isidore : farmers St. Thomas More: lawyers St. Dymphna : people suffering from mental illness St. Agatha: nurses St. Michael the Archangel: police officers St. Cecilia: singers St. Joseph: workers

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2 All Souls All Souls’Day : The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed

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November: The MONTH of All Souls

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Dia de los Muertos : The Day of the Dead

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Saints Resources from Loyola Press

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