A Catholic commemoration with prayers for the souls of the dead, held on 2 November.
- Exhumations are usually scheduled for the Saturday before Pentecost, the Orthodox All Souls' Day.
- In All Souls' Day, European Christians had a tradition of going from home to home, asking for soul cakes, or currant buns.
- On All Souls' Day, people gather at the graves of family members for a twenty-four-hour vigil.
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