Tag: All Souls Day
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Here are ways Filipinos can still observe the solemn holiday and have the full Undas experience this All Saints' and All Souls' Day even despite cemeteries being closed and the nation is under community quarantine to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 disease.
The 'Undas Online' website is ready to accept prayer requests for departed loved ones as cemeteries all over the Philippines will be closed on All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day in line with government regulations to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease.
All Souls' Day e-Mass Cards for COVID 19 victims are now available for orders without price tags on the Radio Veritas website.
Cavite cemeteries have been given permission to open to visitors for All Souls Day observance from October 1 to 27, instead of the annual trek on November 1.
Filipinos are known to celebrate reunions at every opportunity with families, friends, classmates, and work colleagues.