All Saints’ Day is a holiday in Andorra every 1 November. On this day, Christian believers remember known and unknown saints of past centuries. All Saints’ Day is a significant occasion on the traditional Christian calendar, and is observed by millions of Christians around the world.
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Many Protestants are unfamiliar with the concept of All Saints’ Day, but it is based on the idea of honouring canonised saints. All Saints’ Day is also supposed to honour those who deserve to be canonised but whose life and deeds are known only to God. All Saints’ Day mass services are likely to focus on following the godly examples of the saints, on honouring their memory, and on receiving help from them.
One key All Saints’ Day event in Andorra is the annual “horror exhibit” put on at the famous Carmen Thyssen Museum. It is basically like a big Halloween party. There are costumed “spooks” of all sorts, horror stories for kids, and more.
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