ALL SAINTS DAY
Added on: 1st Nov 2014
Many churches, particularly Catholic and Anglican churches,
in the United Kingdom annually mark All Saints' Day on
November 1. This occasion honours all the saints in
Christian history, particularly those who do not have
their own special feast day.
Symbols commonly associated with All Saints’ Day are:
A sheaf of wheat.
Rayed Manus Dei (hand of God).
Images of individual saints.
The liturgical colour is white on All Saints' Day.