Day of the Death, All Saints Day

All Saints Day is a Catholic celebration. The Day of the Death is a mix between Prehispanic and Christian ideas. Mexicans mock about death understanding that it is a natural cycle for which all will go through. In this day, November 1st and 2nd, people will go to graveyards and bring to their gone relatives music and the food they used to like when they were in this physical world.

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12 thoughts on “Day of the Death, All Saints Day

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  5. Now that is one fun, vibrant and festive way to remember the dead. I do celebrate this day too. It was born Catholic and those were part of the traditions of remembering and praying for the dead. I just wish we have this colorful shows. Very enjoyable….

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