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Originally in May, All Saint's Day was moved to November 1st by religious leaders in the hopes of overshadowing the Pagan holiday All Hallow's Eve (Halloween). All Saint's Day recognizes and honors all the saints of the Christian church. Historically, this day is referred to as Hallomas.

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