All Souls Day
All Saints and All Souls Day 2021
We will have 7:00pm Mass for All Saints Day on Monday, November 1. We will also have 7:00pm Mass for All Souls Day on Tuesday, November 2 (this will replace the 6:15pm Mass). Beginning on Sunday, October 31 and continuing through the month of November, we will have the Book of Remembrance out by the Baptismal Font in the Gathering Area for parishioners to sign.
All Souls Day schedule (November 2, 2021):
This schedule replaces the normal Tuesday evening Adoration, Confession, and Mass schedule
Open Adoration in the Worship Area – 6:00-7:00pm
Confessions – 6:00-6:45pm
All Souls Mass – 7:00pm
What is All Souls Day?
All Souls Day (celebrated on November 2) is a holy day set aside for honoring the dead. During the month of November, the Catholic Church commemorates those who have died (both recently and in the distant past) through special prayers, intentions, and Masses. At St. Patrick’s, we have a Book of Remembrance where parishioners may write down the deceased name(s) of those who they’d like to be remembered at all of our November Masses. The Book of Remembrance will remain by the baptismal font throughout the month of November.
To learn more about All Souls Day, click here to watch an informative video explaining the historical and religious significance of this holy day.
Ways to Remember the Faithful Departed
- Say a family rosary for all the souls in Purgatory
- Spend some time in Adoration praying for all those who will die on this day
- Share your favorite memory about a deceased relative and remember them in your daily intentions
- Visit a cemetery and say a prayer for all those buried there
- Attend a funeral of someone you don’t know as a Corporal Work of Mercy (bury the dead)