Celebrating Halloween

Later back in the 8th Century, Pope Gregory III labeled 1st November as a time to give tribute to all saints and martyrs, the day was declared as holiday and was known as All Saints Day that incorporated some of the customs of Samhain. The evening before this day was known as “All Hallows Eve” and later it was pronounced as Halloween. Later on, the Halloween changed into a separate communal cased event celebration that had friendly activities that can involve everyone. — See more at: https://www.dwtltd.com/blog/2016/09/20/celebrating-halloween/