Hallowed Days: All Saints and All Souls Fair Reminder

I just wanted to post a quick reminder for the upcoming From Thy Bounty Fair that will be posted this coming Monday, October 27th, here at Catholic Cuisine.

The theme is as follows:

Hallowed Days: All Saints and All Souls:
Florence Berger writes in Cooking for Christ: “The doctrine of the mystical body unites all Christians to their Master, and one with the other in God's kingdom here on earth. As the branches have their source in the vine, so with Christ we have been bound together for growth and fruition.” The Feasts of All Saints Day (preceded by All Hallows Eve) and All Souls tie together and help us remember the Church Militant, the Church Suffering, and the Church Triumphant. These days offer many unique traditions and celebrations. Share how you feast any of these days? What do you do to fill your tables with the traditions of these hallowed days?

Submissions are encouraged and welcome from everyone, both bloggers and non-bloggers. Please submit your blog links, pictures, recipes or ideas to me by Sunday night. Past posts are welcome as well. I'd love to hear all your ideas, so don't be shy!!!

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  1. We enjoy making Holy Ghost Cookies and Heavenly Haystacks for our All Saints Day festivities. To make
    Holy Ghost Cookies-take Nutter Butter cookies and dip them in melted almond bark. Use tiny choc. chips for the eyes. Let set on waxed paper. For the Heavenly Haystacks, combine a Large can of chow mein noodles with a package of melted butterscotch morsels and 1/2 cup of peanuts. Drop into small haystacks on wax paper and let set. We look forward to these each year! Enjoy :)

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